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Old January 16th, 2007, 05:55 PM
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Steven Reed
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Ultimate Wiper Blade Cleaners

Ok, I was bored and saw this..... and was wondering....
My wipers, (Silblades) and this ..... would they just "dance" across the windscreen?


Shake snow, sleet and ice off your blade at the push of a button!
Small motorized unit clamps easily onto any wiper blade
Allows the blade to sweep your windshield clean the way it was supposed to


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Old January 17th, 2007, 11:44 AM
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Craig Dickson
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That is certainly an interesting system. I wonder if the extra weight of the motor would cause any affects to the operation of the wipers. I know on mine when I get some snow/ice buildup the extra weight causes the wipers to flop around and go past the edge of the windsheild.
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