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I have always been a person who has to have a clean car when taking it out. Even more with my Diablo. Problem is, it gets dusty from being in the shed a few days after it has been washed. I have been using a Bowden's brand product to save having to wash it all the time. The Fully Slick and Boss Gloss can be used together for a deeper shine and look or individually. The Fully Slick needs a bit more time to remove than the Boss Gloss but it does make it for a nicer finish. The Boss Gloss is good for a quick run over. You can use them on windows as well to stop the water beading.
 

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So, what are you saying… Are you saying when you use is the dust doesn’t stick to the vehicle? Also, what about one of those special made dusters that a lot of people use that lift the dust off without scratching the car? I’ve seen a lot of people use those in the reviews are incredible. Just trying to help and wondering
 

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So, what are you saying… Are you saying when you use is the dust doesn’t stick to the vehicle? Also, what about one of those special made dusters that a lot of people use that lift the dust off without scratching the car? I’ve seen a lot of people use those in the reviews are incredible. Just trying to help and wondering
I have never used a duster Jason. I use those products and seem to clean off the dust well. I will look at a duster if you know of a good one.
 
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