|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||20.2 x 8 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||95161|
|Manufacturer Part Number||95161|
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- Fast and easy auto detailing tool
- Includes 2 washable, reversible, and reusable microfiber cleaning bonnets and mesh storage bag
- Pivoting triangular head flexes to adapt to curved surfaces
- Makes cleaning windshields and tall windows faster and easier.
- Additional 3 packs of replacement cleaning bonnets sold separately
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The Invisible Glass Reach & Clean auto detailing tool makes cleaning vehicle and car windshields and windows faster and easier. The ergonomic long-reach handle and large pivoting head easily reach tall spaces, narrow gaps, and tight corners. The flexible cleaning head maintains constant contact with the surface for a superior, streak-free clean. Great for cars, trucks, vans, RVs, and boats. No streaks, no lint, and no awkward straining! Includes 2 washable and reusable microfiber cleaning bonnets and mesh storage bag.
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If I buy a product and it performs the task then in my book it is a winner.
Comes with 3 different covers, one of them is for scrubbing crud off windows but I just had smudges so did not use that one, I used the softer of the three. The handle swivels and the head is not thick so it was easy to get into the hard to reach corners.
Want a bonus feature? The end piece can be use to hang it from a hook BUT wait there is more lol. The end piece unscrews so you can attach a pole to reach high windows which makes this a muti-purpose product.
I knew there were tools for this and I picked this one, because it seemed to be the least sucky of the bunch.
Well, to cut a long story short, it worked in spades. It comes with 3 "socks", a microfiber (to wipe off after cleaning, I assume), a "rubbing" cloth (to clean), and a mesh thing (I don't know what for). The instructions say to spray cleaning fluid (I used some automotive glass cleaner akin to Windex) directly on the windshield and then rub it with the tool, but for my car (Subaru Outback with EyeSight) I can't spray anything directly on the windshield (Subaru fanbois know why) so I just equipped the rubbing sock on the tool (it's a little awkward stretching it so tightly to fit over the triangular head of the tool) and then sprayed liquid on the cloth.
Then I went to work and, thanks to the shape of this tool, it reached easily into all the recesses and corners of the windshield. The thing also has a large surface so it covers a lot of area quickly. After a quick rubdown I switched to the microfiber cloth and wiped the glass dry.
That was it. Once more I had an actual transparent windshield, as opposed to the translucent one I've been driving for the past few months, and it took me half the time as the "traditional" method.
As for those claiming it breaks easily and/or it's flimsy, I don't see how. Granted, I only used it once, but even though it's all plastic, it's very solid and thick plastic, so I don't know how you managed to break it. Oh, and someone was complaining about the hinge. I think that's one of the best features. It allows the head to rotate in any position, to match the curvature of the window, not to mention that you can swipe both horizontally or vertically with ease.
good idea, but not so good execution.I might try to sit it at low temperature on my hotplate and see if I can shape it so that it sits more flat on windshield and applies that pressure needed.