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Rolling Automotive Window Wash

With Exclusive Bug-Guts-B-Gone Brush Technology
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This is a complete 360 degree automotive window cleaning system. It is meant to be used while the car is either in motion or standing still, and may even eliminate the need for windshield wipers. At the touch of a button, high speed rolling brushes quickly circumnavigate the entire car, completely cleaning each window (and even the rear view mirrors), leaving them sparkling fresh and bug-guts free. The apparatus clings to the top of your car with extremely powerful neodymium iron boron magnets. (Caution: Under no circumstances should you allow someone in your car with a metal plate in his head.) Simply fill the soap and water reservoirs and you are ready for miles and miles of care-free crystal clear driving.

There is an optional remote starter and de-icer for winter weather. The rest of your car may be completely submerged in snow and ice, but you will at least be able to see clearly into the window.

Grogster, Jun 28 2010

This would help Bubbling_20Turn_20Signals
[normzone, Jun 29 2010]

Yikes! Plenty Strong Magnets They Be http://en.wikipedia...ki/Neodymium_magnet
Neodymium Iron Boron magnet information [Grogster, Jun 29 2010]

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       Some difficulties:   

       1: Not all cars have magnetic surfaces.
2: The magnet will likely scratch the paint. 3: or louse up some random electronic device if it were to be stored inside the car randomly.
RayfordSteele, Jun 29 2010
  

       {RayS], I considered bolting it to the top of the car but some people get squeamish when they see you coming at their car with a drill...
Grogster, Jun 29 2010
  
      
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