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The Pane Doctor is a cleaning tool with a long handle and a microfiber cleaning pad that'll clean windows, mirrors, glass, plastic and even the exterior of your car, while leaving no streaks behind. Its pad is wedge-shaped and its handle will swivel 360 degrees ( a complete circle ), so you'll be able to reach almost anywhere with this tool. Plus, you won't even need any chemicals to do your cleaning, as the tool will get the job done with just the help of water.
The cost of Pane Doctor is $14.99 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Pane Doctor at the discounted price of only $7.49 for a total price of $30.43. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: panedr.com
This device works so well due to the fact that it contains a microfiber cleaning pad that will lift, loosen and collect up any dirt and grime from various surfaces, leaving them completely clean. The standard cleaning pad will remove substances such as toothpaste and hairspray without a struggle, but if you need to remove more stubborn substances like hard water and soap scum, that won't be an issue. You'll simply be able to swap in the super-strong scrubber pad in order to deal with the toughest stuff. Regardless of whether you use the standard or the scrubber pad, the Pane Doctor has a built-in squeegee, which will prevent it from leaving streaks of water or dirt behind as it cleans.
Since this cleaning tool's handle will swivel a full 360 degrees, you won't need to twist or move your body into awkward positions in order to clean hard-to-reach areas. All you'll need to do is twist the handle instead, thereby saving yourself a lot of physical strain.
When your device's microfiber head gets dirty, which it's bound to after multiple uses, you won't need to hand-wash or replace it, as it's machine washable.
This tool is safe to use on anything that's plastic or glass, inside or outside your home. It'll come in handy when you need to clean the interior windshield of your car, and you'll also be able to use it on the entire exterior of any vehicle, including an RV.
The original handle on this cleaning brush is moderately long, with cushioning for the hand that's holding onto it, but there's an optional extension that'll make your handle longer still. It'll hook on in just a second or two, and you'll still have the same hand cushioning, while being able to reach further without straining your body.
The Pane Doctor is quite an environmentally friendly tool, as you'll only need to use plain old water to do your cleaning with it, instead of harsh chemicals. Although you can use soap with this tool if you'd like, you won't need it.
When you take off the optional handle extension, this tool won't take up a whole lot of space, especially since it's so skinny. You may even choose to store one in the backseat or trunk of your car, in case you need to clean mud, bird dirt or something else unwanted off your windshield while you're out. When it comes to storing it at home, each tool has a hole at the top of its handle that'll enable you to hang it securely from a hook or nail.
Since you won't need any chemicals to clean effectively with the Pane Doctor, and it has no super-sharp parts, it's safe for children to use. Letting them use it may serve as a good introduction to working around the house and / or yard that won't tire them out too much.
When you start cleaning your windows and other surfaces with the Pane Doctor, you'll no longer need to obtain bottle after bottle of chemical cleaning solutions. You won't need as many ( if any ) paper towels or cloths to scrub, either. Instead, you'll be able to complete the majority of your cleaning tasks with just one washable pad and no chemicals at all.
The microfiber head on each Pane Doctor is fairly small—about the same size as a similarly shaped iron. While this is advantageous when you want to reach into small spaces in order to do some cleaning, there might be times when a larger head would be better. If you were to take on the task of cleaning multiple glass doors or large windows, you'd be able to cover more square feet with a larger head and get the job done faster.
While the 360-degree swiveling handle on each of these devices is handy, it could make the device hard to control at first, when you're not used to using it. If you don't keep your arm fairly straight while using the device, the handle may swivel on you when you don't want it to, interfering with your cleaning task.
The Pane Doctor has been designed specifically for use with water, so you should not spray chemicals anywhere near its head, even if you want to add chemicals to your cleaning routine. Chemicals could actually damage the head's material and thereby interfere with its efficiency.
This device is made for use on glass, but you should avoid using it on breakable glass items such as porcelain statues or delicate kitchenware. While the device would likely clean these things effectively, its size and force would likely end up damaging them, too. A good rule of thumb to follow is that if an item is smaller than your Pane Doctor's head, it shouldn't be cleaned with this device.
Before you start using your Pane Doctor to clean a particular surface, you'll need to spray the surface with water. To do so, you can either use your own spray bottle or pump the squeegee that's built into the device. Unless the surface is incredibly large, a few sprays should be enough. Keep in mind that you can always add more water later if you find that you haven't applied enough.
If you're going to have to reach up high in order to clean your chosen surface, you may want to add the included handle extension to your device. This can be done in seconds and will make the handle a couple of feet longer. In the event that you've got an incredibly dirty surface with caked-on grime to clean, you can also add the Miracle Scrubber Pad on top of the microfiber head to make the device more powerful.
Once your surface has been watered and your device is ready, you can start cleaning by gently sliding the device across the surface in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal fashion. Most users will be able to control the device with just one arm. It's fine to use two if you find that absolutely necessary, but this will slow you down a bit.
It's best to wash your Pane Doctor's microfiber head after every few uses, or even after every use if a lot of dirt tends to build upon it. Otherwise, you may end up rubbing old dirt from the head around on a new surface while cleaning, instead of completely cleaning that new surface.
Since the shape of the Pane Doctor and its swiveling handle will allow you to reach so many places at various angles, you'll be able to complete most glass-washing tasks much more quickly than normal. You'll no longer have to crawl on your hands and knees and attempt to maneuver a cloth or a rectangular-shaped tool into a hard-to-reach corner. You also won't end up washing the same surface over and over again due to your cleaning tool or solution leaving streaks behind.
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Window wizard has been out for many years. I even have bought quite a few for friends at Big lots. $ $5.99.
What is the difference? Nothing. I would like it could be
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