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      04-19-2013, 01:30 PM   #36
tmntmn
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Originally Posted by Poppin Fresh View Post
Be careful when using a leaf blower when you're in a dusty area. You could be sucking in the unfiltered air and blowing it straight into your car. Good advice is to towel dry the car first, and then use the blower to get rid of water in the tight spots.
I never thought about that, thanks for the advise. I might try to place a filter or something under the blower
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