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Monday at 10: Does It Really Work? Wipe New, Fast Brite

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Wipe New and Fast Brite Lens Restore both claim to restore and renew parts of your vehicle.

When you order Wipe New you receive three cloths, a pad, gloves and a small bottle. The manufacturers claim the small bottle goes a long way.

Fast Brite Lens Restore comes with very similar items. The package contains a large sponge and two small bottles to clean and polish your car's headlights.

But do these products really restore your car's headlights?

Lauren DeWitt tests the products herself and talks to a local used car dealership owner to find out.

Watch the full report Monday, May 19 on the KWWL News at 10.

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