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i use absorber to absorb that water up
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Waterblade baby, works great.
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I bought the absorber. I aight. That waterblade sounds like it would do a better job though.
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waterblade, then towel, and then drive around the block, and then astro shield
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THe absorber from hell-mart. A great investment. I like how it just picks up all that water and absorbs it![IMG]i/expressions/beer_yum.gif[/IMG]
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<< Where I work detailing cars, we use the California Wiper Blade. It is a bit pricey, but they work so good and dont leave the water spots (great for a black car). Then we use some shammis to finish the job. I dont see how the wiper blade scratched people's cars unless they used the handle by mistake. [IMG]i/expressions/laugh2.gif[/IMG] >>



hey this is myhonmyhonda. are there any other 2k1civic members who are auto detailers. hit me up. i just want to ask some????
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