Home > As Seen On TV > Glass Wizard

Glass Wizard Review

Updated: August 15, 2016

Bottom Line


  • Reaches tight places
  • Reusable, reversible covers are machine-washable
  • Comes with mesh cover for sticky debris
  • Can attach to threaded extension handle


  • Tedious to attach cover
  • Uneven pressure across surface of head
  • Doesn't fit curved windshields well
  • May leave streaks
Our Analysis
Read Amazon Reviews

Reviewers do like the way the Glass Wizard reaches into tight places, and using it with an extension handle makes cleaning hard-to-reach windows easier. If you have trouble reaching or bending, the 18-inch handle might make the Glass Wizard a worthwhile buy.

We found the most recent video review of the Glass Wizard at StarReviews.com, which rates it after trying it on a bathroom mirror and on a sliding-glass door. Several TV stations put the Glass Wizard to the test. An enthusiastic review at KLTV (Tyler, Tex.) is the most recent, but WTXF (Philadelphia) provides a more balanced review with specific pros and cons. The Glass Wizard gets much lower grades in two tests at news stations WBAL (Baltimore) and WFVS (Cape Girardeau, Mo.). The review at AsSeenOnTVCritic.com seems critical but fair, while a handful of owners give the Glass Wizard mixed reviews at Amazon.com.

Recently Updated
buying guide

What every best has:

Read More »

Learn More »