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uber_bunny Monday, March 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Towels
Strengths: -Prevents Lost Bolts
-Absorbant
-Helpful While Cleaning
Weaknesses: -Hard To Find
-Expensive For A Mat
Review: ~~~~
Pros
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-Prevents Lost Bolts
The surface of this mat is really tough, so round objects and other things like bolts will not roll off.

-Absorbant
If you lay your paint splattered gun or hopper on this, the paint will just suck into the mat making wiping things off alot easier.

-Helpful While Cleaning
As said before, it will prevent lost bolts. Also it's a great alternative to a work station that will scratch your marker.

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Cons
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-Hard To Find
It's not the most common thing on the market, but works great if you can find one.

-Expensive For A Mat
It's basically a mat made out of mousepad material. Too expensive for some people because a simple towel will suffice.
Conclusion: Great if you can find one, but it's not needed because a simple towel will be sufficiant enough to prevent bolts rolling around and not scratching the marker.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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