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I've seen professional detail shops use this before (not sure if its the exact brand, though). It seems like something that would work extremely well; maybe not 100%, but could save a lot of time and effort. With this and an Absorber, I think drying time would be a cinch. And definitely a plus on the glass.

Anyone use this product and/or wish to share a review? Thanks.
 

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Yes - one of my tools.

California blade, smaller squeegee and an electric leaf blower plus a big stack of clean absorbent towels.

Squeegee do a great job just have to be careful after each pass clean blade with fingers to make sure no grit is on blade.
 

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I've had one for about 8 years. They work well, but then stopped using it.

I have the Mr. Clean car wash kit which I absolutely LOVE! Clean and streak free drying EVERY time, without needing to wipe down the car.
 

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Cool. I think I'm gonna try one of these blades out.
Not sure about the leaf blower thing. I'd probably end up blowin dust and dirt on to the car. :)
 
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