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      04-01-2013, 08:59 AM   #33
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Originally Posted by spdy330 View Post
This is the one I purchased.

http://www.costco.com/CR-SPOTLESS-De....11751987.html

I am on car wash number 10 now between my full size truck, mini van and BMW and the system is still filtering 100% of the water. I am keeping count to see how many car washes I get out of the system before I need to replace the resin.

At this point I am 100% satisfied as I just wash and let air dry. The time saved to me is worth the price of the system.
Same here. I boought the CR-20? (it's the 300 gallon one) It was expensive but after using it, the time savings definitely made up for the price. On top of that, it does what it does really well, keep the car clear of waterspots.

[Edit: Forgot main post lol] But yeah I did use a leaf blower before, it did the job pretty well. It was amazing for the mirrors and the grills. Can't go wrong with a leaf blower. Like someone mention earlier, it works best if you have some wax on the car.
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