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Is the California Duster recommended for the mid week dust overlay after a wash on my JKUR? Will it ruin my paint? I live in Las Vegas btw. Thanx, Eddie.
 

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I wouldn't think it would "ruin" the paint, but that's not what it's made for. I don't use it on my vehicles that way.
 

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I know a number of folks that use the CD on show cars - for LIGHT dust. If you are talking a dusting of desert sand or something with even a little grit, I'd say no way. If it's truly just dust, try it carefully in a small spot first and make sure you keep the CD clean.
 

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Worked great for my garage queen convertible but it was Burgundy not black. Light dust removal, desert sand I would suggest a good clean, clay and quality wax first then just a rinse and wipe with "detailer" spray between outings.
Assume you have a garage to keep it in?
 

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Light dust- it's fantastic. Any more- just wash it.
 

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Light dust- it's fantastic. Any more- just wash it.
I've had mine for over a decade. It actually gets better with age, seasoned so to speak. I use it on my 2013 (a year old) all the time--no swirls/scratches. If anything, bcuz of the polymer wax still present in the fibers of the duster, it actually helps to seal in a good wax job.

The Cali. Duster is my #1 detailing secret. People ask me all the time how the heck I keep my ride spotless in Michigan.

I'll even use it after a light rain.
 
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