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Well here is my new Invention. :-)

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and it does what differently to other wiper blades?
 

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i tried, all i got was mumbles. watched it again, something about bugs? thats what washer fluid is for.

what happens when the scouring pads get full of dirt, and you end up with scratch arcs across the windscreen?
 

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Oh there is a description under the video to explain :)

The design will allow the pads to be removed to be washed if need be, and the pads arnt that abrasive that they will scratch your window.

Yes but how many times do you nearly use all your water up to clean your window coz the wipers either smear the bugs more or you still cant remove them? This cuts threw the bugs very well.
 

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whats the point of watching a video if you have to read the description aswell?

the pads might not be abrasive, but the dirt stuck to them will be.

if bugs are that bad, pull up at a servo and scrub them off.

ill stick with my tried and true rubber wiper blades thanks.
 

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kieran.... noooo... lol
 
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