The same picture could apply with a 90s clear/red globe, too. The globe on the LEFT is a 1975 Carlisle clear/red and the globe on the RIGHT is from a 2012 Clearview clear/red.
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I don't do GooKits any more. However, I might pop the top and experiment with the liquid.
The crystal clear Carlisle on the left is amazing looking. Those are the globes you die for. I guess if the 2012 Clearview doesn't clear up, you could always give it a Goo kit.
I know! LOL It's so embarrassing.
A clear/red Clearview. Sounds and looks like an oxymoron to me.
I have only limited experience with China globes, but my answer would be no. They do not clear. Or they might clear some, but they will never be as clear as what you see on the left. Now, a few people here have clear Clearviews, so if you GET one clear, it might stay clear. And someone commented they have a clear Neon from Spencers, but I have yet to see pics. Most China globes are hazy, like what you see above.
Hoping once they bring production back to the US they continue the Clear View Series.
I am unfamiliar with the China globes, but do they clear on their own like the 90s ones do? My blue/white from 1994 was completely cloudy now three weeks later its almost crystal clear.
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