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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2005, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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The Blaster WTF?

Can you believe this crap? I just use my $50 leaf blower. So what if its not warm air.


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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-15-2005, 06:18 AM
 
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My air compressor works just fine.
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I'm with Twisty on this and have seen many do what Jeeps says. But that looks like a small vacuum just with the hose on the discharge instead of the suction side!




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Bottom line behind those is that Hot air does a far better job of drying things off than cool air rom a blower would. Also on vehicles it dries faster and prevents water spots. They still are a bit over priced considering only different is something to heat the air.
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So what you're saying is I could mod my wife's hair dryer to do the job!




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So what you're saying is I could mod my wife's hair dryer to do the job!
Yes Sir...or a TOWEL!!!
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My air compressor works just fine.
I'm with you on that one Twisty. Except I have leaks that I haven't taken time to fix, so I turn the compressor off when not in use. The blower is just quicker for me.

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LOL....my blow dyer works just fine...and at least if it goes out, I'm not spending 300.00 to replace it!!!! Walmart here I come
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