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 Post subject: Great News
PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2007 5:09 am 
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I was always asking how to take off dust spots, and i found a tool that takes it off, all my dust spots are off.
Image it is a shot of my wall and before there were alot of dustspots, now there is no more.

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That's great, what did you use?

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 Post subject: Re: Great News
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Kriss22 wrote:
it is a shot of my wall and before there were alot of dustspots, now there is no more.


grahamnp wrote:
That's great, what did you use?



...a dustbuster to clean the wall?... :wink: ...

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You can't tell us you found a way to get rid of dust spots and then not tell us how you did it.. :roll:

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I really think it was meant as a joke. But, who knows...I wouldn't mind knowing too, if true. Kriss?....

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No sory its not a joke,it is called a sensor cleaning kit or sensor cleaning swab.

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The name of the maker of such a kit being...? While the kit itself has the reference...?

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luis wrote:
The name of the maker of such a kit being...? While the kit itself has the reference...?

i'll find out the name.

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Kriss22 wrote:
No sory its not a joke,it is called a sensor cleaning kit or sensor cleaning swab.


Sorry to have doubted your good intentions, Kriss... :oops: It would have been quite funny, though, had you meant what I thought you did. Oh well, must be my twisted sense of humour!...
Now that'd been clarified, I'm curious too...

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Image here is a picture i took.

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I knew it wasn't a vacuum cleaner! :lol:

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