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Old 09-13-2007, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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after car is waxed?

dont cars look awesome after theyve been waxed and have a awesome shine?

thing is, ive noticed with my cars that after i wax them...they turn into dust magents! after a day or two there covered in dust...ive never known how to approach this, well, what i always do is take it to the self wash place and just hose it down and dry it

any other way of getting it clean? damp cloth? duster?
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have used a California duster and that works really well. Just make sure to shake it out before/after use so nothing gets stuck in it. I only use it for dust/pollen though, and not when the car is really dirty.
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I too have used the california duster.....works well.....but not as good as fresh out of the shower...

but only for dust and what not.
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ive thought about using those duster things, but im scared a rock or some debris will get caught in it and scratch the hell out of it
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Yea I still get scared every time I use it for that same reason....

I make sure I shake it real well before use and in-between wipes......but it still scares me...
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Yea I still get scared every time I use it for that same reason....

I make sure I shake it real well before use and in-between wipes......but it still scares me...

yea, no....i couldn't use one of those things...im too paranoid...lol

im just gonna go to the self wash and just use the high pressure water and blast it all off then go at it with a quick detailer
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