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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.

Rob Winchell
91 200Q

Peter Schulz <schulz@ed.ray.com> on 04/01/99 11:30:03 AM

To:   Glen_Powell@ne.3com.com
cc:   "Christopher A. Woodward" <cwoodwar@bellsouth.net>, Brett Dikeman
      <brett@pdikeman.ne.mediaone.net>, quattro <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>, 20v
      <audi-20v@emailsol.com>, 200 <200q20v@pdikeman.ne.mediaone.net> (bcc:
      Robert Winchell/DIC/US/LHS)

Subject:  Re: da brush

Glen_Powell@ne.3com.com wrote:
> 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?

-Peter Schulz
1990 CQ
1991 TQW