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Old 04-18-2002, 03:04 PM
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shor did you miss the (not) after the diablo comment? I put that in because i sold the Jet black one and i now have a cosmos black
 
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Old 04-18-2002, 03:46 PM
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Hey - thanks for the info. By squegee, are you guys talking about a foam or rubber material? You know the things they have at some gas stations - one side you soak in the windshield cleaner solution ( foam) and the other side is rubber that you run across the windshield to wipe the water off......... I've got one of those at home. Just making sure we're talking about the same thing........ running rubber across the surface won't remove the wax or put any scratches into the clearcoat, huh?

I've got an air compressor and a leaf blower too, so looks like I'll be doing some experimentation this weekend. Anybody need a car wash?
kook- no, i'm talking about this California Waterblade

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Wow! $20.00, my azz!
It's a foot of silicone extrusion with a pvc pipe handle...geez!
I know what I'll be making next!
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....you can name it the "Florida Waterblade!"
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Hmmm...alright, now we're thinkin'!
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Ill have to ask the ole lady what she uses ...

i'm prob gonna pay for that one..
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Exclamation You Guys Are All Wrong...!!!

You have to get yourself a nice pair of cotton panties. (SeVeRaL aCtUaLly)
They soak the water right up plus ya look like a pimp while your cleaning up the boat.
Ssherman and I have quite an extensive collection...
I believe our newest addition is JBK's girlfriend's; at least that is what Ssherman informed me of...


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Thumbs up ABSORBER...

Seriously,
The absorber is the way to go.... Does an excellent job and it is very durable as well...
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AWWW SHHHIII%%%% here comes the smack

A great addition to the collection but that leather, lace, and studs will be tuff on the clear coat
 
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