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mafioso420 Monday, September 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Tippman 98C, Dble. Trig., Palmer Male Stab., Shocktech Drop, CP On/Off, Rocket Cock II, DYE Sticky Grip, Pro-Seal Power Tube, Ricochet AK, Flatline, Crossfire HPA
Strengths: Absorobs oil, WASHABLE, Keeps parts from rolling around
Weaknesses: At first look it appears like felt. Doesn't look to flashy
Review: I bought one of these off of ebay very cheap. The back is coated so when oil spills while cleaning it doesn't soak through and damage your kitchen table or wherever you do your cleaning.

The surface is this felt like material so it keeps all of your screws and such from rolling around.

I decided to see how durable it really was. So I took a bunch of oil, grime and dirt and rubbed it in really good. Let it sit in the sun for a day. Then washed it. It came out good as new.

I also liked that it rolled or folded up really well. So packing it in my gear bag was a cinch.
Conclusion: A inexpensive buy to help out at the field or at home when do repairs and cleaning. Under $15.00 shipped on Ebay.
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, September 24th, 2005 at 10:18 am PST

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