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#1 WearTheFoxHat

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  October 21 2016 - 05:10 AM

Has anyone played with this ?

 

From its description it sounds better than the old standby

 

http://www.interwest...extruder-6.aspx

 

And hey there is a promotion!!

 

http://blog.interwes...eegee-for-free/

 

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  October 21 2016 - 06:41 AM

A guy on one of the fb groups posted a video of one. There does seem to be much locking the squeegee blade into the channel and he was pointing out how easily the blade can come out of the channel.. Especially on longer versions.
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  October 23 2016 - 04:49 AM

Has anyone played with this ?

 

From its description it sounds better than the old standby

 

http://www.interwest...extruder-6.aspx

 

And hey there is a promotion!!

 

http://blog.interwes...eegee-for-free/

 

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As long as you buy the original thin blue blade material it works wonders in slip solution extraction. You get some knock-off blue thin blade and there will be trouble keeping it from shifting, though the Unger handle teeth should still bite into the blade material. That was the last tool concept brought to me for investigation a year ago. All those sent one to sample for feedback, loved it's performance over the Unger channel that curves upperward... this one is straight across solid. Don't know if it ever made in as I was let go before completing the task.  :thumb 


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