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I just bought a california car duster from advance auto parts. It was recommended by a freind of mine. It takes the pollen and dust off without scratching. The neat thing about it is the more you use it, the better it works. It even polishes a little as you glide over the surface of your ride. It works on all surfaces, even windows! I strongly recommend this to all, especially people who deal with pollen every spring. For me, it sucks cause my truck is black and yellow on black is like red on white. It's really visible. I wash my truck one day and within a few hours, it's covered in a thin layer of pollen in the spring. I just swipe the duster over the surface and it clings right to the brush. Try it, you'll like it. And it's only 10 bucks too!
 
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Good reccomendation Dave, that is part of my extensive collection of detailing products! Like you said the dirtier it gets the better it picks up. Amazing product!
 
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I bought one about 10 years ago and it still works great. I've even done some dusting around the house with it. Highly reccomended.
 
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Old 04-21-2007, 12:49 PM
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I got one too a couple years ago. One of the best thngs I ever bought for my vehicles. I like to keep my truck clean (if I can) but the catch is I go to a dirt track on Sat and Sun nites so when I come out to my truck it has a layer of dust and everything about a half inch thick. I use this and it looks like I had a cover over the truck. Got pulled over onenite(for speeding a little) cop asked what my hurry was and I told him I just came from the track and got a little heavy on the gas, needless to say I had to show him my duster cause he didn't believe the truck come from the track. He let me off and said don't do itagain. LOL
 
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Old 04-21-2007, 01:39 PM
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I found one in my dad's 81 Z28 and I was gonna use it but I noticed that the fibers had turned to bristles with age, so don't use it on the exterior if its too old.
 
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I was told by the place that I bought it that if they get hard. Then run it through the wash(they said only to do this once in a while cause it will take whatever stuff they put on it off.), and cause chances are something spilled on it.
 
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so you just wipe this thimg over your truck and tahats all???
 
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Old 06-29-2007, 11:54 AM
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Thats all
 
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I have had one for over 10 yrs......... my mom bought it actually.....
I have had several black vehicles and you know how bad black
shows dust.......... you just run the duster over the surface and
its almost as if you washed it ~ they work great ~!!!!!!
 
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if you dont like pollen covering your truck then dont move to north carolina or visit north carolina in the early spring time because of the long leave pines and their pine green pollen that you get in every thing. its bad, Eurogold know about it too i bet.

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