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I know that the concept exist, but this is a new transcription...
If the idea exists, your "new transcription" means that you have done a different execution of someone else's idea. But with that said, I haven't seen the idea before, so unless someone can provide a link, I applaud the effort.
i am just talking about the transparency concept for the product nothing more...
the idea's not new, but the extension, i guess, is. n it's a nice one. just one point aref,
if it is supposed to be a cleaned glass, why wud someone put a straw in an empty glass,
and if someone drank something (not water certainly bcoz u have used a straw)
then there will be stains of that drink. just an observtion. can we think of something other than a straw?
water doesnt travel up a straw?!?!!?
news to me!!
Do you normally drink a glass of water through a straw? Now that's something.
His point is absolutely valid. How about showing a glass with liquid without showing the glass?
drinking water with a straw is not something...i used to do the whole waiting tables thing and tons of people ask for straws with water.
how about showing an item you would actually use glass cleaner on tho...
I've seen this idea done better. This execution feels boring. Some of the more intresting executions of this same old idea were a ship in a bottle or a lava lamp. At least they were intresting to look at. Keep going, much further.
Aref, also think relevance, why would you clean a cup with windex? This would be much more on point for a dishwashing detergent.
exactly...this ad is much better suited for a dishwashing detergent.
Correct! Brandon. I would stick with windows if I were you Aref.
This could be misleading on the product category.
Hi guys, the product is not just for a windows, maybe you never cleaned your crockery before, try to see : http://www.windex.ca/fr/windex_familyofproducts.asp
actually i never have cleaned my crockery before...as a matter of fact i dont believe my crockery has ever met me!
nonetheless...not one of those products on the link you posted is designed for dish washing use.