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Old 06-30-03, 10:51 AM
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Cool Another Product Review: PakShak MFs & Cali H2O Blade

Just a couple more s for the PakShak Microfiber Towels, precedded by the California Waterblade.

I was a little hesitant, since I first saw the W/B on TV, and I usually dismiss those products as a whole.

It really works, lemme tell ya. I snagged it at AutoZone for a shade uner $20

After a wash yesterday evening, I used it, and all I had to do was go behind it with a PS MF Waffle Weave drying towel (just 1!) and a cattom towel for the underside of the rocker panels and bumpers , and that was it. Just one MF towel did the trick - and it was so plush too.

I used the same Waffle Weave drying towel on my wheels (not tires) as well since it was still thirsty
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Old 07-06-03, 10:13 PM
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Dex,
just went out and bought the cali water blade yesterday upon your recommendation. I used it along with my MF towel last night after washing and I like this method better than my chamois.
I think it cuts my drying time by at least a third too.
Good tip!
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Old 07-07-03, 04:56 AM
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My Sam's CLub has CWB for $12.88. I bought one. Haven't used it yet, but will soon.
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I paid $15 for mine at pep boys.
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Old 07-07-03, 06:39 PM
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Default CWB & Waffel MF

Best and quickest way to dry the car yet! CWB and Waffel MF towel! No chance for water spots!

Everyone freaks on first use do to the sound it makes.

As long as you run it under clean water B4 use and during use just to make sure it's completly clean, it will whip off water so fast! Follow with your waffel MF and your done!

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Old 07-18-03, 08:58 PM
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Glad to see so many finding out how good this combo really is. hey Daddy-O i see you found them (CWB) at Sam's Club too! yea i bought one about a month or two ago and went back just tonite to get a extra one and they were all gone, now i will have to go to another Sam's Club and hope they have some. at under $13.00 they won't last long. there is no other way to dry off your ride cause this is the real deal. NEO GEO
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