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Unread 10-03-2005, 11:35 PM   #1
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massively improved lighting

this is the smaller version of the california water blade.
i have no idea why its called a dry blade instead of a water blade, aside from that fact that it does a damn fine job drying your car.

it cost around $20, but its about a hundred times better than the sundance water blade i wrote about previously.

you use it much like youd use a window squeegie, and it removes water from your cars paint.
used in conjunction with a shammie, you could easily have a car dried and ready for detailing in half the normal drying time.

very good product, not only would i buy another, i wouldnt even throw it at small children.
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Unread 10-04-2005, 01:00 AM   #2
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RE: Mothers Back To Black

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very good product, not only would i buy another, i wouldnt even throw it at small children.
good stuff. where did you get this thing from?
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Unread 01-24-2006, 05:38 PM   #3
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yes where from?
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yes don't hold up i want get one asap
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They might call it a dry blade cause you use it to dry the car and not wet the car. And they call it California cause it is made in China.
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Why does your first post have "massively improved lighting" as the subject. Hahaha new forum issues. Love it.
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Unread 01-25-2006, 07:09 PM   #7
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i got it at canadian tire, they have both the large and small versions.
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i use the califorina water blade at work, and its awesome, most of the guys there r lost with out it, it takes so much time off you wash, you dont spend all your time ringing out your chamosie and if u just want a quick wash with out drying, just water blade the windows, no water spots i cant say enough good things about this product!!!!
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i sell them to, i work at Harpers Tire in Calgary, you can e-mail me at bdasuki@harperstire.com and i can get you the info that you need

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there BRUTAL im a bodyman by trade and over time they leave microscratches and brutal blemishes,i would strongly suggest not to use them on black vehicles,good for windows but thats it
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