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      12-09-2011, 09:47 PM   #23
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Overpriced it seems. Spend the $300 and buy an air compressor that can do that plus much more.
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Overpriced it seems. Spend the $300 and buy an air compressor that can do that plus much more.
Air compressor will never be able to do what this thing can. You just have to try one to know. Two different speeds and warm air will blow any compressor away.
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      12-10-2011, 10:36 PM   #25
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after you use this, for any areas that have any water left over, spritz some QD on the panel and then dry! It will help reduce the marring from wiping a dry panel!

I really cant wait to order one up next month!
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I don't get it... what makes this better than just using a leaf blower thats 1/3 of the price?
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I don't get it... what makes this better than just using a leaf blower thats 1/3 of the price?
the same thing that makes the M3 better than a GTi
it puts out more power than the lef blower
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I would be concerned that by moving all that air around, there is more of a chance of introducing debris to the paint surface and causing scratches. NO?
(If your going to wax)
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the master blaster is a great unit. we use it at the shop everyday.

Metro Vac Air Force Master Blaster

we have used many different electric leaf blowers as well we have an air compressor at the shop and we never go for those tools for drying cars.
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I've done 3 washes now with it and love it still. It works great.

I also just bought a dual bed water filter setup which also helps a lot.
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