As Seen on TV: Windshield Wonder

It's often hard to get down in the corners just using a regular paper towel or cloth. That's where the Windshield Wonder comes into play.

Basically it’s just a microfiber cloth that hooks on to the end of a long apparatus that pivots so you can get down into those corners of your windshield.

It comes with a spray bottle, but you can use Windex or a glass cleaner. They say it will work with regular tap water, too. It’s pretty easy to get down into those tights spots.

With the regular tap water, it does seem to be taking the film off the inside of the windshield. You don't even need to get out of the driver's seat.

It did a real nice job, and I didn't even use any Windex.

The Windshield Wonder, I think, would be a handy tool, not just for the windshield but also the side windows in the vehicle. The Windshield Wonder did a wonderful job on my sunroof, as well.

I was pretty impressed with the Windshield Wonder. It did a great job on the windshield, sunroof and the side windows. If you have some higher windows in your house this would be a great tool.

So, I’m going to give the Windshield Wonder a thumbs up.

The manufacturer also says the Windshield Wonder is great for clearing fogged-up windows on those cold mornings.

I paid $10 for mine at Bed, Bath and Beyond. They are in a lot of stores and all over the internet.

For more information about the Windshield Wonder click on The Big Red Bar.


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