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Response to: Wipe New Review YouTube Video
Jennifer P 4 months ago
Re-applying it every six months or so is no problem for me! It sure beats applying a product every week! Thanks again for your video. :) I have read about streaks, etc - have you had this type issue?
Sam R 1 month ago
I used the product and at first I was a total skeptic just as the majority of people out there. All I can say is “This product is AMAZING!”. It totally restored all of the faded black outside area of my truck. I then had issues with oxidization of my headlights. I applied the product and ” YES” it cleared my headlights up also! Take my word for it, ” THIS PRODUCT IS MAGIC IN A BOTTLE”. I’m one of the world’s biggest skeptics, but not anymore!
Jose N 2 months ago
Hey Now - I used it on a 2006 X3, alpine white, black trim. The black wraps the entire carsides, front and rear. I have to say this stuff is fricken awesome. It has been on for almost a year now and still looks new. Previously always cloudy, oxidized look. I would recommend this product to everyone.
Frank R 3 months ago
Great Video! I purchased Wipe New from Walmart and used it on my Honda Rincon ATV’s Black Plastic Textured Parts. I followed the directions and it applied easier than most auto products. After 1 hour Wipe New was Dry to Touch with No Steaks. It made my parts look like new despite all of the scratches and blemishes from hard riding. Price is not an issue for me since it would cost me at least $700.00 to replace all of the parts I treated
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I finally tested your product on my (very clean) 2004 Ford F150 bumper trim. The truck is kept up well but it stays outside. The bumper trim was slightly faded. I have replace the bed rails with OEM parts. The bumper trim was going to be next, but it is a bit expensive.
My business makes high power LED driving lights for motorcycles and off road vehicles. We make them here in the good old USA. One of our industry magazines, Motorcycle Consumer News, a very un-biased publication loved your product. SO, I went to Wal-Mart today to look for some. Sure enough, there is was. I’ve seen your TV ads and was never moved to purchase. The MCN review did it for me.
A past life of mine was as a high-end car detailer. My specialty was red and black European cars, (they are the most difficult to make supreme). I have had a lot of experience with dressing products and cleaners. Not much has really impressed me……..Until now….
Wipe New does exactly what is is advertised to do. I love this stuff. The fumes from the bottle tell me that there is a solvent of some sort that “bonds” to the plastic. Something very special is going on here.
I’d love to hear the history on how it was invented or discovered. As a science guy, I like this sort of stuff.
I’m a busy guy and I don’t write to companies very often, but I wanted to take the time tonight. Good job. How can I buy a gallon? lol
Thanks for making another great product in the USA. If you happen to ride a motorcycle, you might enjoy my website.
Spring weather is here. And April is Stress Awareness Month, which means that long, relaxing car rides with the windows down are completely acceptable! Enjoy the ride.