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Re: da brush
I always meant to get one of those polystyrene (sp?) push-squeegy things I've
seen in some catalogs. They let you just push the snow off.
I've always just accepted the fact that I'm going to have to give the car a good
cleaning/waxing in the spring anyway, so I'll take out the little scratches from
the winter with some 3M Hand Glaze or something while I'm at it.
Peter Schulz <email@example.com> on 04/01/99 11:30:03 AM
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Subject: Re: da brush
> Depends on the bristle materiel.
Which brings up an interesting tangent to this thread.
How many of us are fanatical when it comes to using wash
mits an/or brushes to wash the car, but then use
Nylon bristled brushes to remove snow in the winter?
Am I the only one to notice this oxymoron?
What do the "fanatics" recommend for snow removal without
causing paint damage?