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SteelPad S&S (New Improved Surface)

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Frederik S, Feb 23, 2007.

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    I am actually using the old s&s pad and I think it's a great pad. From the review it sounds as if they only fixed one of the two problems with the pad
     
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    that thing pwns my radio shack pos
     
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    anybody else thinking that reviews on TPU are over-rated? they all seem to be getting between 9-10...
     
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    good products?
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    I don't know if you smoke...but if you happened too smoke. If you got Cig ashes on it how hard is it too clean up?
     
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    Well DaMulta I don't smoke. But if it's only "cold" ashes you should be able to clean it off with some alcohol and maybe a damped piece of cloth!

    Since it's made of plastic it can't cope with hot ashes or the drop of a cigarette, but so far only one pad can cope with this and that is the IceMat, which is extremely durable but performs poorly compared to most modern pads.
     

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