12 Oct

Consumer Reports: Wipe New Stands Out Among the Rest

A 2014 article from Consumer Reports considers the “best exterior car trim cleaners” and Wipe New was included in their testing.

To test five car trim cleaners, Consumer Reports removed well-weathered trim pieces from the lower exterior of a 2001 Toyota Sienna minivan. They divided each panel into five sections and applied one product to each section, according to manufacturer instructions. The panels were put on racks on the roof of their test facility and allowed to weather for 10 weeks. After each week, technicians took the panels back into the lab. They were washed and dried again before being inspected and photographed.

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What was their bottom line? 3 of the 5 tested products “made a big improvement at first, but after 10 weeks the effect had almost completely faded.” Wipe New “…really stood out” says the Consumer Reports article. “By far the easiest to use, Wipe New goes on as a thin, clear liquid with very good coverage. We found that only one pass was required for very good, even results.”

Read the full Wipe New review from Consumer Reports

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15 Jul

Wipe New – Put to the Test

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Consumer Reports teamed up with San Francisco’s 7 On Your Side to put 5 car trim restoration products to the test.  Marc from Consumer Reports took a faded bumper, put all 5 products on it, and then they stuck it in the California sun for 70 days.

The result? After 70 days, Wipe New still looked great and we guarantee it will last two years!

Watch the video and read the Wipe New report for yourself