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Question DetailsAsked on 6/6/2011

Spotless Ti window treatment?

trying to decide whether to have the 'No dry' Spotless Ti treatment on the new windows we are about to get. It's sort of like RainX for your window. I'm having a hard time finding reviews or opinions about it or really anything other than people trying to sell it. Does anyone have this treatment on their windows? My concern is whether or not it darkens the window at all.

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    You can find all the reviews and opinions about it you care to read if you google "spotless Ti."

    Answered 9 years ago by Commonsense


    That's the first thing I always do. The problem here is that all I am finding are advertisements. Companies trying to sell it. Not actual reviews or opinions from consumers.

    Answered 9 years ago by srf


    Yes, I see what you mean. I've read over the advertisements, and it seems the "spotless" thing is actually a part of the glass, and the people hwo are selling it say it's "virtually invisible." What "virtually" means is anyone's guess. I would suppose anyone trying to sell this product would have a sample of it so you could see for yourself. However, I'm confused about why anyone would want this enough to pay extra for it. The ads say there's "no more need for expensive window cleaners," and you wash these windows with just soap and water, which is all I've ever had to do anyway. I don't recall ever thinking "Gosh, my window cleaners are just too expensive," or anything like that. I wonder if this is just another attempt to convince people they need to spend even more for new windows than they have before.

    Answered 9 years ago by Commonsense


    Yeah, I always wonder what "virtual" means when I see it used.

    In our case we can have this without extra cost if we want it. My only concern is whether it makes the window darker. Supposedly it doesn't. A friend says her parents have it and she likes it.


    Oh well, still don't know what we're going to do...


    Answered 9 years ago by srf

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