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Question Stoner products ?

I see them advertised all the time

Stoner Invisible Glass

Stoner Trim Shine

Stoner Speed Bead

etc etc

anyone ever tried them ?


http://www.stonersolutions.com/




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post #2 of 12 Old 07-31-2003, 09:53 AM
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Never even heard of them.

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really ?

I see them advertised in auto magazines all the time

they have products in stores like Meijers, Auto Zone, Farm and Fleet, Menards, Murrarys, Pep Boys, Walmart etc etc

never tried them before

just checking to see if anyone else had ...




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Ok, from the sounds of it I NEED GLASSES!! lol

I frequent those stores constantly, thats a bit scarry that I have not seen them!!

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i wonder how they came up with the name Stoner Inc.

Just a 01 R/T with a few mods....

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welll ... it IS an aerosol product

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They didn't invent it while high cause the stuff is GREAT. Your window is like Invisible Glass. I got the TRIM SHINE and it works great on the tires,no sticky stuff,(I drive 1 mile on a dirt road)its not supper shinny but it last too. I cut round circle out of cardboard to put over the rim when I spray the tire. Don't steal my idea cause someone already sells plastic circles in one of those expensive mag.


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good enough

I need to get some things at the store, think I will try the glass cleaner

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I use Stoner stuff all the time, just used the Trim Shine the other day when I cleaned up the truck. I like the aerosol products because they don't streak, just spray on and leave it!


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The invisible glass works great!


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Check out the ads at Murray's they usually have a rebate or buy the glass cleaner and get the shine free (by mail). Trim shine works great for the tires cause its not greasy


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I use stoner products myself. The glass cleaner works better (IMO) than eagle one's glass cleaner. I need to try the trim shine.

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