Duxbury Animal Hospital | Duxbury Animal Hospital - Advanced veterinary services & technology for dogs & cats: Duxbury Animal Hospital serves Marshfield, Scituate, Kingston & Plymouth MA.
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I would give it no stars if I could. I used wipe new on my jeep wrangler's fender flares. At first the product seems to work pretty well, but give it a month tops before you're scratching your head wondering where those black fenders went. My fenders went right back to grey and after looking around and seeing what other jeep owners are doing, I'm going to do what I should have at first, paint the dumb things. Needless to say, don't waste your money on a product that won't last long at all. In fact, like everyone is saying, the bottle you get in a package may not be enough for your car. Wipe new is NOT a product I recommend.
This was only about $20, compared with the much higher price for the 2012 version, which, many reviewers did not rate as high as this 2011 version. I thought the lower price reflected the fact that it was not the newest version. There was no indication I was getting a used, out-of-box product. I don't know if it was used, but the single disc came in a bubble-padded manilla envelope, in a clear plastic disc-holder. No packaging. No instructions. No serial number that I could see. No way to register it that I could determine. I have not yet used it as another pending life crisis made me put my finances on hold for a few weeks. I will come back to edit this review after -- and if -- I actually use it. However, I was disappointed that the merchant did not describe the product (s)he was selling to disclose that I would NOT be getting the full package. Seems to me it might have been used, though that was not disclosed, either. And also, I wonder if I should even trust doing all the work of entering in data when, if it HAS been used, the disc might be damaged somehow and all that work would be lost. I cannot say that the packaging of this item instills any confidence in me in the product, before I even start. I'd probably send it back, but that $20 price is right there at the tip of the fulcrum. Which is more trouble? Packing it up and sending it back, and taking a chance on a small refund for a cheap product? Or just taking your losses -- live and learn about Amazon and its ways -- and chalking it up to experience?