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389 Hood

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Could you explain what a Toe Thumb is please? Or is it what it implies, a big toe sticking off to the side like a thumb? :confused2:

I think that pretty feet are a turn on, but ugly feet are just that, GROSS!
 

Electric Chicken

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Up until a few minutes ago I was just using the TV speakers. Which are actually pretty fantastic as far as TV speakers go. It uses the screen and has a couple subs in the rear.

But then I moved my bookshelf speakers and it's like...whoa. For basic movies that's cool but it's obviously just a bunch of boom and volume from directly in front of you.

Now I'm looking into Dolby Atmos systems. My TV looks cinematic enough to be worthy of the investment.

I can easily justify it by being a snob.
 

quillcom

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is also acidic and therefore abrasive though so there's that
I thought it was like a sandblasting effect.

You have the rain falling out of the sky at high speed hitting your windshield literally sandblasting the bugs away.

And they say every raindrop starts with a speck of dust, there's your sand.

Nothing like a high pressure water treatment. 🙂
 

Electric Chicken

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I thought it was like a sandblasting effect.

You have the rain falling out of the sky at high speed hitting your windshield literally sandblasting the bugs away.

And they say every raindrop starts with a speck of dust, there's your sand.

Nothing like a high pressure water treatment. 🙂
That's why I laugh at people who say never use the green side of a sponge. It's glass, not plastic. It'll take a long time for that to damage anything.
 

Electric Chicken

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With very little effort. Try it on a corner out of your view. The glass is scratched on the first pass.
I already posted about this. I've cleaned the entire windshield this way with no ill effect whatsoever. It'll take a lot of scrubbing to damage a windshield.

Remember this is glass. It takes diamonds to cut glass.
 

Duck

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I already posted about this. I've cleaned the entire windshield this way with no ill effect whatsoever. It'll take a lot of scrubbing to damage a windshield.

Remember this is glass. It takes diamonds to cut glass.
Here's a whole page full of search results for how to remove scratches from windshield glass.



Apparently if there's a need for so many instructional websites on the process, there are a lot of people scrubbing their windshields with diamonds.
 

Electric Chicken

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Here's a whole page full of search results for how to remove scratches from windshield glass.



Apparently if there's a need for so many instructional websites on the process, there are a lot of people scrubbing their windshields with diamonds.
It's because GRADUALLY, all windshields fall victim to the elements.
 

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