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Old 06-07-2003, 02:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know where i could get a duster, i heard people talking about it in another forum, and they say that it is great to have in the trunk of your car. I live in an area with a lot of construction, and it seems like i wash my car and after five minutes of driving it is all dusty again. This would be a great help to me, does anyone have one or know where i could get one?
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i keep a box of swiffer refill wipes. they are not the wet moist kind, but dry. its those cloth sheets with those micro pockets to pick up dust. it works great...inside and outside of the car.
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Old 06-07-2003, 03:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i keep a box of swiffer refill wipes. they are not the wet moist kind, but dry. its those cloth sheets with those micro pockets to pick up dust. it works great...inside and outside of the car.
im gunna pick some up then...since you preach about how they work so well :lol:
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Get the California Car Duster. ITS WAAAAAAY FASTER AND BETTER than the swiffer hand dusting pads!!!!!!!
But when you get it...(this goes for any duster), make sure your car gets regular wax jobs. Also make sure the dust is dust and not
dirt or caked on anything. These dusters should be used for everyday use and not a weeks worth of build up.

The wax will keep the dust from actually scratching your paint. Dirt, sand, etc will be abrasive and scratch your car.

For INTERIOR dusting...swiffer is da shiznit. I use the swiffer duster (the one with the handle). It cleans with 1 swipe and i love it. The wipes are kinda gay compared to the actual duster.

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