EcoCut Pro Reviews
About EcoCut Pro
EcoCut-Pro.de is the online home of EcoCut Pro, a company that says they have provided their customers with an environmental friendly and economically superior option for repairing your windshield wiper blades.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, every driver knows what it looks like when their windshield wipers begin to perform poorly. The streaking and smearing can actually make your car even more dangerous to drive in rainy weather.
But unfortunately, buying brand new wipers every time this happens is not only expensive but also bad for the environment. The goal of EcoCut Pro is to give their customers a way to make their existing wipers functional again, without having to get rid of them.
To do this, they created a tool which will cut off a small strip of the front-most part of the wiper blade, getting rid of the small, fine breaks and micro fissures that are ruining your blades’ performance. Their website promises that once this cut is made, the wiper edges will be strong again and your windshield will be completely free of streaks.
Their website says that this product will work on all well-known wiper blade brands, including Bosch Aerotwin, Bosch Twin, Bosch Basis, Bosch OEM, SWF Visioflex, SWF Duotec, SWF Das Original, and many others, including the standard blades that come with VW, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Opel, Seat, Ford, Renault, Peugeot, Honda, Toyota and so on. A full list is available on their website.
Currently this product is being sold by a European based retailer so their prices are listed in euros, but the US dollar equivalent appears to be around $14.50. This product also seems to be sold through other, third party retailers as well, like Amazon.com, so customers may find some variety in pricing depending on where they find and purchase this product.
Unfortunately this company does not appear to offer their customers any information regarding refunds or returns at all at this time. Concerned customers will want to contact their Customer Service team to see if there are any policies in place, and if not, they may want to choose to purchase this product at a third party retailer that is willing to provide returns or refunds.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by submitting them directly to their website through their Frequently Asked Questions page and their Contact Us form.
Unfortunately this product appears to get mixed reviews, and that seems to be because it is really easy to use this product incorrectly, ruining your chance to repair your blades and ultimately requiring you to get new wiper blades.
Thankfully some customers who have successfully used this product and are happy with its’ results say that the way to ensure that this product is used correctly is to hold it steadily and smoothly run the cutter down the blade in one single motion. If you stop moving the blade at any time, or move your hand around while cutting, you will create further breaks in the blade making the product ineffective.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many different tools on the market to help clean and repair windshield wipers available at most auto stores, so customers who are looking for alternatives to this product may be able to find other options that better meet their specific needs.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your EcoCut Pro reviews below.
4 ‘EcoCut Pro’ Reviews
I was given this gadget. When my wipers gave up a year later, with low expectations, I thought I'd try it. Clean the blades well. Coat with washing-up liquid. Ensure the tool clips over/into the groove at the base of the blade (I think this is where the failures occur). Cut in one slow steady motion. It may leave a 'pip' on the end, which can be removed with a knife. This means you lose a few mm off the length of the blade, so not perfect, but overall I found it very successful.
I used it twice, exactly as I should following the steps in the manual. I even looked it up online. The first time, my wiper was wavy. I got only lines on my window. The second time, using the shorter blade, I ruined my wiper completely. I think you get better results with scissors than with this piece of junk.