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Infomercial (Revolutionizer) (archive)

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Posted by Brian on October 02, 1998 at 00:13:15:

Im up late finishing up my coursework for tomorrow morning's class when I decide to see whats on TV. I flip through the channels and come across one of these informercials. Yeah, I know, most of it is all BS.. and all the "unbiased" bystanders are ooohing-and-ahhing over this thing.

Its something that you attach to your hose to 'de-ionize' the water when it comes out. At my dealership, I noticed that the water they used to clean their cars go through a filter of some sort and then sit in a tank ready for use. When they finish rinsing off the car, they leave it to air dry.. Ive always wondered why it never leaves any water marks, maybe the water was distilled or something.

This thing is supposed to have the same effect, kinda skeptical to say the least (but at only $30 and 30 day MBG, not too much risk of trying it). Has anyone heard of this? Any first hand experiences?

Dont get me wrong, Ill still dry my car off normally. But Id like to get rid of those little spots from the water i cant get to in the mirrors.

Good in theory, but then again, so are a lot of other things :)

Thanks in advance

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