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Old 05-09-2014, 11:05 AM
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Ordered 5, received yesterday, used it and WOW - nothing has cleaned the windows, inside or outside, like this cloth. Windex, ammonia, vinegar, newspaper, invisible glass. Nothing. Widows, mirrors are spotless with no streaks or anything. Like window not there.
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I just ordered some from the Canadian distributor/vendor. We will see how good they really are. Hoping the cloths live up to the advertising...
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Ordered 5, received yesterday, used it and WOW - nothing has cleaned the windows, inside or outside, like this cloth. Windex, ammonia, vinegar, newspaper, invisible glass. Nothing. Widows, mirrors are spotless with no streaks or anything. Like window not there.

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Old 05-23-2014, 06:33 PM
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I even use them to clean my sunglasses and reading glasses of fingerprints. Does not scratch even plastic lens. Even cleans dried up dog nose off inside car windows and patio door windows!
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Got my cloths, so far they perform very well. We will see how long they last. They work great on the C3 windows, windows in the house, stainless steel, counter tops, eyeglasses, etc.
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Got my cloths, so far they perform very well. We will see how long they last. They work great on the C3 windows, windows in the house, stainless steel, counter tops, eyeglasses, etc.
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G'day,

I started to order a 20 pack for US$75, but was pole-axed when the UPS freight cost was quoted at US$90-95!!! For a half kilogram parcel????? I occasionally have a steering box air freighted to Australia and pay about 50% more than that for a 12-13 kg parcel. If you want to do business Down Under, you are going to have to lower the cost of your air freight considerably.

Alternatively, can you give me a quote to deliver the parcel to my shipper, Ameroz, in Santa Fe Springs CA? I can have it sea freighted with my next order which is leaving in July. I like what I have read about the Ultimate Cloth, but want to buy it at a fair price, including postage.

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I just ordered some thought I'd give them a try.
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G'day,

Just received an envelope from a gent in Iva, SC. It weighed 242 grams, about half a pound, and the cost was US$14.90. A one pound parcel should not cost US$90+, correct me if I'm wrong.

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Southern Car Parts,

Are you deliberately ignoring me or are you just taking the time to find out a better postage rate?

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I have not onnection to this vendor, but I have to tell you, these "towels" are the best thing I have ever run across. Can take one and wipe dog nose off car windows with nothing but the dampened cloth. Told wife about this cloth and we went about trying it out. Windows that have not been cleaned in several years made perfectly clean in one wiping. More sensitive items, like, glass shelves and doors in entertainment center - same results, long time dusty brass lights - cleaned with medium pressure. Glass table tops that light shines upon - no streaks and clear. This stuff is unbelievable. Going to buy kids some and tell neighbors about it.

OK, enough, but I am serious. Never seen anything like this.
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I have not onnection to this vendor, but I have to tell you, these "towels" are the best thing I have ever run across. Can take one and wipe dog nose off car windows with nothing but the dampened cloth. Told wife about this cloth and we went about trying it out. Windows that have not been cleaned in several years made perfectly clean in one wiping. More sensitive items, like, glass shelves and doors in entertainment center - same results, long time dusty brass lights - cleaned with medium pressure. Glass table tops that light shines upon - no streaks and clear. This stuff is unbelievable. Going to buy kids some and tell neighbors about it.

OK, enough, but I am serious. Never seen anything like this.


I just got 6 of them. I do work good.
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I have not onnection to this vendor, but I have to tell you, these "towels" are the best thing I have ever run across. Can take one and wipe dog nose off car windows with nothing but the dampened cloth. Told wife about this cloth and we went about trying it out. Windows that have not been cleaned in several years made perfectly clean in one wiping. More sensitive items, like, glass shelves and doors in entertainment center - same results, long time dusty brass lights - cleaned with medium pressure. Glass table tops that light shines upon - no streaks and clear. This stuff is unbelievable. Going to buy kids some and tell neighbors about it.

OK, enough, but I am serious. Never seen anything like this.
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I just got 6 of them. I do work good.


We love them here too...
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Based on the testimony, I just ordered 12 and I look forward to getting them. I know a couple of friends who might just want them, if they work as advertised. Thanks!
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G'day,

Just received an envelope from a gent in Iva, SC. It weighed 242 grams, about half a pound, and the cost was US$14.90. A one pound parcel should not cost US$90+, correct me if I'm wrong.

Regards from Down Under.

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I think what you're seeing is the UPS rate, but of course we'll be happy to ship the window cloths via USPS instead, and I'd expect the cost to be right around $15. Shoot me an e-mail ([email protected]) if you want to go that route and I'll set it up for you.

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I have not onnection to this vendor, but I have to tell you, these "towels" are the best thing I have ever run across. Can take one and wipe dog nose off car windows with nothing but the dampened cloth. Told wife about this cloth and we went about trying it out. Windows that have not been cleaned in several years made perfectly clean in one wiping. More sensitive items, like, glass shelves and doors in entertainment center - same results, long time dusty brass lights - cleaned with medium pressure. Glass table tops that light shines upon - no streaks and clear. This stuff is unbelievable. Going to buy kids some and tell neighbors about it.

OK, enough, but I am serious. Never seen anything like this.
Wife even uses it now to clean her Waterford crystal, and she has a bunch. Even the crystal stemware. Neat thing is, she likes doing it, which means I do not have to do it.
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Wife even uses it now to clean her Waterford crystal, and she has a bunch. Even the crystal stemware. Neat thing is, she likes doing it, which means I do not have to do it.
I'm glad to hear they're working out great for you!
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I think what you're seeing is the UPS rate, but of course we'll be happy to ship the window cloths via USPS instead, and I'd expect the cost to be right around $15. Shoot me an e-mail ([email protected]) if you want to go that route and I'll set it up for you.

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David,

Thank you, PM sent.

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Thank you, PM sent.

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