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Old 10-01-2011, 08:38   #1
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Nice vid Fst, thanks for sharing.
I do my own cleaning (island, no commercial service here), what type of scrub pad and suction cup is that (where to buy?)?
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what type of scrub pad and suction cup is that (where to buy?)?
Both homemade. The scrub pad is a 3m Doodlebug pad:

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You make it look easy.
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You make it look easy.
Well, I've done it over 20,000 times.
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Is the beer home made too?
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So you get the little critters drunk first? I can't figure out if you are being humane about it or smart about it.
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As a matter of fact...

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I like that poster. Free Beer....tomorrow.
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Thanks for sharing, I like the way you kept the screws in the velcro of your glove- neat trick that I'll have to remember the next time I change my zincs!
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Thanks for sharing, I like the way you kept the screws in the velcro of your glove- neat trick that I'll have to remember the next time I change my zincs!
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