Kent Car Care Flexy Blade £5.95 or 2 for £5 instore only at Asda - HotUKDeals
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These work great for drying the car quickly, I paid £18 for my last autoglym drying blade and these Kent Car Care ones work just as well, so at £2.50 they're a bargain.

Also if u don't want two, u can mix with other motor product 2 for £5 deals.

Bargain!

Same product online £4 but not on multibuy http://direct.asda.com/Kent-Car-Care-Flexy-Blade/001008673,default,pd.html
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#1
:O

These are a tremendous way to ruin your paintwork unless you are absolutely certain that every tiny bit of grit and dirt has been cleaned off.
#2
Have to agree these are useless used twice on my car and had to re-polish/wax the car again it left marks all over the car where i had used it, only good for cleaning my shower screen now :x
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OriginalSHare;8035367
:O

These are a tremendous way to ruin your paintwork unless you are absolutely certain that every tiny bit of grit and dirt has been cleaned off.


If you have washed it with a hose, and it isn't free of grit and dirt, then I would recommend not ever cleaning it at all, it will come to less harm just left dirty! :whistling:

These silicon blades are spot on - all those years of frozen cold hands wringing out leathers, Now the car is 99% dry in a minute with one of these
#4
Yeah agreed they can scratch if car isn't 100% clean, but i (think i) always clean my car thorougly before using a drying blade and i've never suffered any defects on my paintwork. And also they're perfect for old cars that are already covered in fine scratches lol.
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nihcaj
If you have washed it with a hose, and it isn't free of grit and dirt, then I would recommend not ever cleaning it at all, it will come to less harm just left dirty! :whistling:

These silicon blades are spot on - all those years of frozen cold hands wringing out leathers, Now the car is 99% dry in a minute with one of these


Of course, your correct. I forgot all the pros use them.

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