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The Windshield Wonder - Does it Really Work?

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IOWA CITY (KWWL) - For our final edition of "Does it Really Work?" we tested out a product that promises to make cleaning those hard-to-reach inside corners of front and back windshields a cinch. It's called "The Windshield Wonder."

It's a handle with a plastic pad on the end, which sits on a swivel head for easy maneuvering. The pad can be outfitted with a microfiber pad, two of which are included, along with a small spray bottle, for $10. The handle itself breaks down into two piece for easier storage.

All three of our testers liked the product. They said it did make cleaning those corners a lot easier for their arms and hands. However, a couple of them said it takes some getting used to.

Our expert, Cole Easton, is an auto detailer at McEleney Autoplex. He also gave the Windshield Wonder a positive review, telling us it does make reaching over the dashboard less of a hassle. However, he says it didn't work as well as it promised with plain tap water. He recommends filling the included spray bottle with some sort of glass cleaner.

Based on our positive reviews, and the Windshield Wonder's low price, we award it an A-.

Online Reporter - Brady Smith

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