Clever Sales Pitch: Armor All Wheel Protectant.

Yesterday,  a co-worker asked if I had seen the new Armor All wheel protector stuff, because it looked quite impressive.  I told him that I hadn’t, but I’d like to see it because cleaning wheels is the most miserable job ever.  He pointed me in the direction of this video, which I found pretty darn impressive.  Surely, neither you nor I will be spraying honey on our wheels anytime soon, but it’s nice to know that we can without having to use brake cleaner to get it off.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkW0STlkDHw

Has anybody used this stuff before in real world conditions?  Maybe I will buy a bottle of this and put it to the test….

Step one: Drive through a pool of maple syrup.

Full Disclosure: I have absolutely nothing to do with Armor All.  I don’t sell it, I don’t get it for free, and I don’t have any reason to promote it other than it being a clever product advertisement.

Jeremy Nutt

Hi, I'm Jeremy.

7 thoughts on “Clever Sales Pitch: Armor All Wheel Protectant.

  1. I have not used this product, but I did notice that they did not make a single claim in this video. They never showed the product being applied, and let you assume that it was their product that kept the stuff from sticking to the wheel. I am not saying that the product does or doesn’t work, only that they make no claims that it does.

  2. I used it for the first time a month ago. It works Great. I applied only once…..still working. You have to let it dry for an hour after application….only drawback

  3. I have used this product and it is great. No brake dust on my Mercedes wheels for more than a month.

    Now they need it for paint.!

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