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HV professional hydra FLEXI-BLADE (x2) twin pack only £2.71 in costco with vat thats only £3.11 what a bargian
HV professional hydra FLEXI-BLADE (x2) twin pack only £2.71 in costco with vat thats only £3.11 what a bargian

HV professional hydra FLEXI-BLADE (x2) twin pack only £2.71 in costco with vat thats only £3.11 what a bargian

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This twin pack is only £3.11 in costco stores and it is a bargain because it is the best.

It is an auto express best buy product.

available nationwide at the same price.

Trust me, don't bother with cheap ones this one is the original and best.

Now in this day and age i assume that a lot of people wash they're own cars to save a bit of money, i do (well in summer time i do anyway) this neat peace of kit will save you hours over its lifetime drying your car, boat, windows, showers or anything really that needs drying.

this is really expensive everywhere else, and look out for fakes or copies, this is the original and best hydra flexi blade, i'll enclose a video link in case anyone is confused.

This is the new version where even the handles are prtected and it is in blue.

Also if anyone has joined that new exclusive membership thing you will get 2% cash back!

Now does anyone even wash they're own car or not.

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Original Poster

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ok so this isn't exactly it but you get the idea from the lovely lady.

Not supposed to be a good idea, can leave scratches all over your car from bits of grit picked up by the blade and then wiped along your car, lots of hand car washes using them and ruining people cars in the drying process.

I'd avoid as it could end up costing you much, much more.

mriceman1974;5566541

Not supposed to be a good idea, can leave scratches all over your car … Not supposed to be a good idea, can leave scratches all over your car from bits of grit picked up by the blade and then wiped along your car, lots of hand car washes using them and ruining people cars in the drying process.I'd avoid as it could end up costing you much, much more.



I've used these for years and never had a problem, all you need to do is wipe a cloth along the blade once in a while to wipe off any muck. Maybe hand washes dont do this, dosn't mean you don't either !

Original Poster

ive been using it for years to without any issues, just rinse it under water before using or as above wipe with a cloth, most of the time nothing is needed
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