Finally in stock!!! Aristowax invisible windows £1.00 @ B&M
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Finally in stock!!! Aristowax invisible windows £1.00 @ B&M

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Found 21st Mar 2015
Been looking for ages... Finally I found them in B&M Swindon. Took 6 as I know they're rare. Wasn't greedy so left 6 in shelf maybe they have some in the stock room too.

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Bargain price

don,t fancy that stuff if it makes yer windows disappear haha

going to be cold in your house in winter

Urm what is it?!

Urm what is it?!

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Clean and Waxed Crystal Clear windows.... so clean... you think they have disappeared......apparently

Original Poster

Don't know about waxing but it's definitely one of the best window cleaner... It dries quick and leave streak free surface.

Is this for car windows?

Angel_Of_The_North

Is this for car windows?


a windows a window

shelf load @ Redditch

Great for TV's and tablets phone screens used it for a while

mickymcd

Great for TV's and tablets phone screens used it for a while



Wouldn't recommend if screen isn't glass and definitely NOT on 3D TV's...

mickymcd

Great for TV's and tablets phone screens used it for a while



If only it could get rid of windows 8...

Just been to Canterbury shop and had 3 bottles.£6.95 on ebay!
Thanks looking forward to trying.

friar

Just been to Canterbury shop and had 3 bottles.£6.95 on ebay!Thanks … Just been to Canterbury shop and had 3 bottles.£6.95 on ebay!Thanks looking forward to trying.



What does this even meen?

huggychair

What does this even meen?


I understand a bit of Simplish so I think what they are saying is; they bought 3 bottles from a B&M in Canterbury, and they thought they were being well clever by putting them up for sale on eBay at an inflated price.(_;)

Edited by: "PureB" 22nd Mar 2015

I think and hope they were meaning. They brought 3 from Canterbury store today. They have looked in eBay and it is going for £6.95. So they are really happy and are looking forward to trying it.

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royboy2011

a windows a window


Not sure I would use it on the windscreen though. Wipers and wax don't tend to mix well.
Might leave windows streaky.

thetino

Not sure I would use it on the windscreen though.


This IS NOT waxy, aristowax is the unfortunate brand name.
It would strip wax if there was some on the glass.
I bought this at B&M a year ago but they always have it in my branch anyway - and always this price - I was so impressed that I went back the next day and got 3 more to keep in and give to parents.

Edited by: "snapdragon" 22nd Mar 2015

huggychair

What does this even meen?



Oh the irony.

I use a window cleaner like this only it costs me a few pence and not £'s
Bucket of warm soapy water with a little vinegar added....Boooom and the dirt and my windows are gone!

Wow, this is £6.49 on ebay!

huggychair

If only it could get rid of windows 8...


Never had an issue with any of my lcds and monitor leaves em lovely

thetino

CommentNot sure I would use it on the windscreen though. Wipers and wax … CommentNot sure I would use it on the windscreen though. Wipers and wax don't tend to mix well.Might leave windows streaky.


I was thinking inside.....

Got a couple of bottles myself yesterday after looking in our local after reading this post. Have to say, it sure does the job and cleans with not to much effort at all. In fact even our rather dirty windows came up like new with little effort.

Don't know about invisible, but it sure made our windows look like new that the standard cleaners and soap & water seriously struggles to clean to such clarity even with a lot of effort for which this cleaner doesn't require. Once cleaned, wiped the excess off it takes very little effort to get a totally streak free finish using a second cloth to, well polish I guess!.

Went back today and got another 2 bottles whilst they are in stock. Will see if they have some more tomorrow to get for my mum!.

By the way, anyone know what this is like or if safe to use to clean cars bodywork?.

Got some today. I wouldn't say the actual cleaning power is any better than say Astonish or Mr Muscle, but it does leave them streak free. I presume that this is because it goes on like a mist, not like a wet spray. It sits on the glass and doesn't run down like other glass cleaners.

Good value at £1 (which is the price I pay for other brands) but not a miracle product by any means. In terms of cleaners which do outperform other brands, I reckon Stardrops original (orange) is great value, and Fairy Power Spray for baked on grease - can usually get these for 99p and £3.50 respectively in Home Bargains or B and M.

Dave - Although it doesn't sound toxic or harsh, I wouldn't use it to clean car bodywork. If your car is already cleaned and waxed/polished, what you need is Detailing Spray - it's a quick car cleaner. Tesco are selling off their old Simoniz range and I got Quick Detailer spray for £2 last week. The Detailing World forum has a huge amount of info on car cleaning though they are a bit ocd about it over there.
Edited by: "aurora" 24th Mar 2015

Bought "a few" of these at a local B&M for £1 each today so heat added for the price.
Did the car windows.
Great results but now have a splitting headache from the toxic smell (of ammonia?)
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