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Does Wiper Wizard Really Work?

With the Wiper Wizard you have an economical option, they say, for changing your windshield wipers. Now rather than do that, you can simply restore your blades instead of throwing them away or replacing them, they say. Simply attach Wiper Wizard to your existing blade, and you are set to go. It is economical and functional, they claim. No longer will you be bothered as you drive by the squeaking and creaking of old blades. Rough edges become solid in seconds, they say. Even more than the irritation of unpleasant sounds as you drive is the added safety as you drive through inclement weather. They also claim that the Wiper Wizard will clean and sharpen your blades and complete windshield contact is restored. The result is overall improved performance, they add. It is easy to install the Wiper Wizard. All it takes is sliding the Wiper Wizard onto the edge of your existing wiper blade. Then keep sliding it back and forth over the entire blade. Any excess debris can be wiped away with a micro fiber cloth that is added with a purchase of Wiper Wizard, they claim.

Wiper Wizard Reviews

No - Dangerous Disaster
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I made the mistake of buying this and my rear blade was ripped out of the shoe. I tried to get onto the firm that makes this and they won’t give me a refund at all. Be careful as this isn’t a good item as it tears blades. Rubbish

November 17th, 2013
7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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No - Blade Destroyer
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It fails at about every level. Being spring loaded the abrasives simply bend the blade and they get sanded with a twist…so guaranteeing they will never work again.
The box fills up with wet slush so springs rust and then rubber gets torn off entirely. The thing is a disaster! […]

Brian B.
February 11th, 2013
8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Works Great!!
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When I originally bought this at Tools & More in Lincoln City, OR I was skeptical, but I am always looking for products that make my dollar go farther because I hate spending money. Inside the Wiper Wizzard is a fine grit file and a coarse grit file. It says not to use it on torn wiper blades but I used it on mine which was torn on one side and it worked fine. I ran it one direction, not back and forth like the directions said, from the non-torn end to the torn end. I now have no streaks and no noise for approximately $12 and while my wipers may wear out I can replace them with ones from the junk yard for next to nothing after using the Wiper Wizzard on them!

Jeremiah Lubke
October 17th, 2010
Gresham, OR
4 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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