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    Dust/pollen on the body work

    Right guys what the best way to get rid of dust and pollen off the bodywork without having to spend hours re cleaning.
    ......or is it a case of re wash and dry?

    It's a pain casue both cars are gleaming with a nice layer of dust on top and I dont want to "dust" the car lol
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    yup feel ur pain 10min after cleaning it has a nice layer of dust re wash is best and safest way
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    i don't know if anyone can validate this or tell me to stfu...
    i use a duster.. you know that pledge/flash plastic handle one with the replaceable duster/microfibre...
    i get through a few of them refill things for the whole car (a3) and it works... im careful not to scratch it use it harshly... and then i finish off with spray detailer and microfibre cloth. ive only done this a few times when there was a hosepipe ban.. and i managed to get away with using spray detailer for weeks thereafter.

    once i also had a vac with a reverse function and used it as a blower.. with a can of air duster for the niggly bits... this was good for blowing pollen off but not for dust... as i feared it could push dust against the paint and cause minor scratches etc.

 

 

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