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Fusion hybrid, blue max, or orange crush???

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I started with Blue Max, used Orange Crush for a bit then went back to Blue Max. I recently ordered the Go Doctor (blue) and I like it the best. Very ergonomic, less fatigue, super light weight. Only thing is the blue feels a little more stickier to the tint but I think over time it starts to slip better. I also think it expels more water easily and I also started using it as my cleaning squeegee prior to laying down the film. 

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44 minutes ago, CaliTINT said:

I started with Blue Max, used Orange Crush for a bit then went back to Blue Max. I recently ordered the Go Doctor (blue) and I like it the best. Very ergonomic, less fatigue, super light weight. Only thing is the blue feels a little more stickier to the tint but I think over time it starts to slip better. I also think it expels more water easily and I also started using it as my cleaning squeegee prior to laying down the film. 

Got any tricks for blue max nicks sandpaper or card sharpener.??

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20 hours ago, quality tintz said:

Got any tricks for blue max nicks sandpaper or card sharpener.??

I honestly never tried the card sharpener. Been think about ordering one. I usually just have a good stock of all the squeegees/tools on hand lol. I could have my own store haha. 

 

For the blue max I have hit it with some sandpaper before and it helps. I have a lot of grits on hand for headlight restoration. Usually used 2000 and followed with 3000

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1 hour ago, CaliTINT said:

I honestly never tried the card sharpener. Been think about ordering one. I usually just have a good stock of all the squeegees/tools on hand lol. I could have my own store haha. 

 

For the blue max I have hit it with some sandpaper before and it helps. I have a lot of grits on hand for headlight restoration. Usually used 2000 and followed with 3000

Sweetness bro thanks !!!

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Card sharpener had to be modified to really work on the blue max, and crush squeegees.  I have one modified and they work good to put a new edge on.

 

I think I shared a picture of it a long time ago. 

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I use blue max and ordered an orange crush and the clear ! And I’m not a big fan of them if there’s not enough water they can kind of streak the window ! Where as blue max does not 

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5 hours ago, Ryker said:

Card sharpener had to be modified to really work on the blue max, and crush squeegees.  I have one modified and they work good to put a new edge on.

 

I think I shared a picture of it a long time ago. 

Do you cut one strip off of card sharpener????

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5 hours ago, Ryker said:

Card sharpener had to be modified to really work on the blue max, and crush squeegees.  I have one modified and they work good to put a new edge on.

 

I think I shared a picture of it a long time ago. 

Also best blade for sharpener carbon stainless any tips???

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1 hour ago, Ryker said:

I cut/grinded of the rail on the longer blade side.  I just use an old piece of stainless blade.  Change out if it gets dull. 

Ok any tips just slide it through flat threw.!!!????

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