Here's another useful modification (Notice I didn't say "fix"! @evgilliand ) to the Liquidator end clips that can make your life easier.
I shaved a bit off the leading edge to give the rubber blade some more breathing room
Here it is from the factory
And here it is after some tailoring with a dremel
The net result is that the tool is now much less sensitive to the angle of presentation, and more forgiving of sharp(ish) turns, since the leading rubber edge is less rigid and more able to flex and allow for input variations in pressure and angle. Performance does not seem diminished in the slightest, and it cuts a fine edge against the frame.
If Moerman wants to make some changes for the 3.0, they could either dial back the forward projection of the clips, start making rubber with a longer tongue, or reduce the rigidity of the end clip to allow more flex.
The LIQ clips could do with a less extreme dog-ear as well, in my opinion. Just 1mm-1.5mm of deflection (vs ≈3mm on the current model) would probably be sufficient to eliminate detailing and drastically reduce rubber wear. Might have to break out the heat gun and make that a project for another day.