dog earing

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  1. Gav

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    Thought this might interest some of you, what do you think to this method, do you already do it?

    Dog earing your squeegee Chanel helps minimize detailing, although some think it does not make a massive difference. I personal have not tried it but if you slow down a little you can get away with not to much detailing.

    What are your thought.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIM6262zu6A
     
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  2. nearlyclean

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    I get a hammer and bash the ends of the channel flat to stop the rubber sliding out and i cut the rubber 5mm longer at each end.
     
  3. Gav

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    Ye I have clips at each end of mine so keep it nice and tight.
     
  4. nearlyclean

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    I always lose those clips but I don't use a squeegee much these days,I like to keep a few bungalows and low houses just to keep my hand in.
     
  5. Gav

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    I don't often use mine ether but like you say like to use on some to keep Hand in.
     
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