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

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Blue max for me, haven't tried the hybrid but the orange left too much moisture behind for me. Think I used it for two or three vehicles before I switched back.

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I started with blue max, went to the orange crush, then tried the hybrid, now I only use the orange crush. First pass antske it light then I do a second and apply more pressure. I love it.

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Orange crush,  long handle fusion.  I cut the "hilt" off so I can hold the squeegee the way I like.

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Been using an orange crush in that fusion hand job for a couple weeks, it been doing well. I don’t care much for the T-handle’s, unless it’s really necessary for that particular window. I’m not even sure they were around when I first started tinting.

( except for the wooden ones for res/com)

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59 minutes ago, Super Dave said:

Been using an orange crush in that fusion hand job for a couple weeks, it been doing well. I don’t care much for the T-handle’s, unless it’s really necessary for that particular window. I’m not even sure they were around when I first started tinting.

( except for the wooden ones for res/com)

Dude grind that biaatch down....I did it to my last 2....

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3 hours ago, wade_660 said:

I’ve used a blue max for years but just ordered an orange crush and clear crush to try out.

Let me know how it works!! Which one that u like best !???

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I like the hybrid in the long fusion handle for back glass, use the handy with orange crush on doors, clear crush on air films as its harder to scratch with it 

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