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Old 05-06-2021, 09:22 PM   #1
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Anyone know anything about these?

https://www.amazon.com/FOVIUPET-Auto...6&sr=8-15&th=1

I seem to remember sometime back someone was advertising what sounded like this creeper pad. The way I remember it, it was supposed to work like a "slinky" or something, in that you could lay it down on the ground and as you moved your body, it would move with you. Not sure that's what this one does. The description's not real clear. Sounds more like you can easily move your body while you're on it but doesn't clearly say it will move around as you do.

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It looks like it can roll in or out but not sideways. My guess is that it's real slippery on the inside so it slides easily.


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It looks like something that I would be glad to have when I needed it. And it stores pretty compactly. Much better than the piece of cardboard I would likely use now. The "slinky" factor is just an added benefit.
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I think I saw one advertised on Facebook one time.
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Old 05-07-2021, 05:29 AM   #5
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Been using something like that but must simpler.

I call it "cardboard".
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I have an old shower curtain in the basement, and a mechanic creeper from harbor freight in the garage. Shower curtain keeps me from getting wet & dirty.
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Someone posted similar one and was very happy with it. My 9x7ish RV patio mats work well. But I only use for clean jobs. I save a lot of cardboard as well.
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Its called "magic creeper " I've had one for years works great but way over priced there are knock offs much cheaper on Amazon but mine has been through a lot and still looks like new.
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Wow, grab it at that price. I paid way more for mine and commented at the time I would buy more but they were too pricey. The price eventually dropped and I bought one for a friend that was doing steering box adjustments for folks.

Cardboard is great, but you don't always have a clean piece. These work on rocks.

They have limits of course but take up very little room and are a great "creeper" for many things.
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Yeah I always save a few larger Amazon boxes and break them down to use as a creeper, but that looks like a great idea. It always seems that I end up sliding further under and end up with my head on the pavement, or bricks, when working on the motorhome.
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Yeah I always save a few larger Amazon boxes and break them down to use as a creeper, but that looks like a great idea. It always seems that I end up sliding further under and end up with my head on the pavement, or bricks, when working on the motorhome.
I always keep large flat pieces of cardboard in the bottom of the pick-up bed. They take up no room and weigh nothing. I use them for everything from "creepers" to cleaning fish.
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Wow, grab it at that price. I paid way more for mine and commented at the time I would buy more but they were too pricey. The price eventually dropped and I bought one for a friend that was doing steering box adjustments for folks.

Cardboard is great, but you don't always have a clean piece. These work on rocks.

They have limits of course but take up very little room and are a great "creeper" for many things.
That sealed the deal, Myron. Thanks for the info. Just now ordered it.

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I use one of these, works great on gravel, and ok on concrete https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002NNWDW/ if it gets dirty I can hose it off, I am sure I will eventually rub through it, but then I will just buy another one. Also it stores just about perfectly in the gap between my sofa and the wall.
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