5" X 2" Blue Max (Beveled Blade)

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0.11 LBS


The Blue Max Squeegee Blade is a popular choice for maximum water removal from your automotive or flat glass installations. This blade is now also available in a cropped version (B3701C). Blue Max 93 durometers (5" X 2" with beveled leading edge). We recommend using this with the Fusion handle A1400F5.

Made in the USA

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    5" X 2" BLUE MAX (BEVELED BLADE) for VInyl Application on Window Glass

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Dec 2016

    I purchased 5" X 2" BLUE MAX (BEVELED BLADE) with short handle for Vinyl application on window glass followed the recommendation of a sales rep from 44Tools. I do like. it is easy to hold and provide even pressure on the edge. Unlike felt squeegees, it didn't leave scratch marks on unmasked graphic.

  • 5
    very good

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Jun 2015

    somthing you must use for perfite tint

  • 5
    True Blue

    Posted by Eclipse Window Tinting / Steamboat Springs on 26th May 2015

    Best Squeegee blade on the market for automobile films. Quick tip on sharping when the edge is dull or it gets a rut in it. Get a Stanley Block Plane and adjust the depth so you only have to take off a little bit of the edge every time you sharpen it. You will save on replacements until you deem it not worth sharpening it any longer. Much better than the window tint hard card sharpening tool by far! Hope this helps.

  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Apr 2014

    With brand new blue max..makes getting water out super fast..will buy more!

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