Wipe New was recently tried by the folks at WHP CBS 21 (Harrisburg, PA) for their “Buy or Bust” series and WHP reporter, Donna Kirker Morgan, took Wipe New Headlight Restore to Jerry Leahy (of Leahy Auto Body) to assist in their Wipe New review.
Leahy found an old headlight in his stockpile for their test. “The plastic is actually breaking down,” notes Leahy as he shows Kirker Morgan they old headlight “…and what would eventually happen is that the light would not be able to project through that they way it should.”
Leady notes how Wipe New Headlight Restore works well after application, but they wondered how it will look after some time has passed. They checked it 10 days later and saw that the light maintained a “distinct improvement.”
“I think from a consumer stand point it is a great alternative to new headlights which could be several hundred dollars,” says Leahy.
Kirker Morgan concludes the review by saying “Wipe New is definitely a bright idea and real buy at just $10.”