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Old 01-13-2011, 02:52 PM
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How can you say this? I only have three in my truck

I have a cheap one I got from a gas plant as a safety reward and it only gets used to sweep off the toneau cover since it's so stiff. The next is a short handle UltraMAXX for sweeping off the hood, it's soft bristles don't scratch the paint. Lastly, I have a 35" Maxx for the windshield and roof. I will completely clear my vehicle of all snow before driving so I don't have snow flying up onto the windshield or blinding the people behind me. I can't stand it when people have that build up on the roof or hood and just let it fly off and hit other drivers.

When there's ice on the wiper blades, I will chip it all off and snap the baldes onto the windshield before I'll even drive away. The gf thinks I'm crazy for going through all this, even when I'm running late.
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ummm i just got one of the ones at crappy tire not sure what its called but it works good for me and hopefully not scratching the paint
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I use the Oskar. works pretty good.... I'll let you know next summer if it scratches the paint.
http://koolatrononline.stores.yahoo....now-brush.html

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I use my echo leaf blower! works like a charm!
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If I had a leaf blower, I would use it; I'd do the driveway as well.
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hahaha, yea i just got the leaf blower last spring for my company. we got a light dusting the other day of about an inch, and i did the drive and walks with it.
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I like the looks of that one from Canadian Tire
it looks as if you could remove the head & screw on the head off of a window scrubber & squeegie
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I like the looks of that one from Canadian Tire
it looks as if you could remove the head & screw on the head off of a window scrubber & squeegie
If your talking about my post, yup you can remove the large brush shovel and replace it with a smaller ice scraper that also came with it. Seems pretty durable so far.
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I got mine from da Wal-Mart. :lol: It is really good, brush on one side and the foam squeegee on the other, it tilts, and extends; I love it.
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I use the Oskar. works pretty good.... I'll let you know next summer if it scratches the paint.
http://koolatrononline.stores.yahoo....now-brush.html
Thats the one I have but have yet to use it on the truck. We have gotten snow but I have been using my soft car wash mit

Thanks Randy and all for the responses.
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