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How well does the 'Pane Dr.' really work?

Posted at 1:09 PM, Oct 04, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-04 16:09:37-04

The Fuller Brush Pane Dr is supposed to take the pain out of cleaning, but will it really work?

The claim is that you can clean windows, mirrors, glass and more, streak-free, spot-free and chemical-free. All you need is a little water.

So, we tried it out.

The instructions say the Pane Dr. can be used alone, with water, or with a cleaning solution.

It comes with a microfiber pad, a scrubber pad, and has a built-in squeegee!

We sprayed water on dirty mirrors, glass doors, and on dry surfaces too.

We also used the extension handle to clean dried-up dirt off a truck's front window.

We paid $14.99 at Target.

So is the Pane Dr. bull, or no bull?

It did a pretty good job on the mirror, it got rid of the dust and prints on our monitor, the glass door is looking good, and the truck window is clear.

So I'm going to have to go with no bull.

But I’ll be honest. Although it lives up to its claim, I wouldn't personally spend the cash.  It’s pretty much a microfiber cloth on a stick. I don’t see the need. 

I did like the convenience of the shape of the device.  It made cleaning the dashboard of the car easier.  But I've seen several devices that do that same thing for a cheaper price.

So it’s your call, the Pane Dr. does do what it promises.