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PhotoBlocker Spray. $29.99. Really? I remember back in the day when there was all this talk of hairspray being able to do this. Smoke and mirrors, or a real advancement for medical science? Only you, dear reader, can be the judge. Check out also the company’s range of ‘photoshields’.

 Reflects photo radar flash. Spray it and make your license plate invisible to cameras. Proven to beat photo radar and red light cameras.
Photo radar cameras often utilize a strong flash to photograph the license plate on your car as it speeds by. “PHOTO BLOCKER’s” special formula works to reflect the flash back to the camera. The result is an overexposed and unreadable picture, often preventing a costly ticket.


  • And of course it is entirely illegal to use it in the UK at least

  • Good thing im in NEW JERSEY!

  • And man, I can’t turn on my computer without being deluged by spam for this thing. It’s even outdistancing “h0t yungg v1rg1ns!!!”

  • Calls for a SpamBlocker spray then? :-)

  • Also known as hair spray! It’s just an overpriced repackaged bottle.

  • In you will find the story of Photo Blocker user. He received the ticket with a perfect picture of car’s license plate, anyway. It reminds me of some other car accessory item stories (devices for fuel cost savings).

  • I have it and it works, i saw the flash nothing, it has been months,

  • Ah but flashes don’t always mean tickets anyway. :-)

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