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      01-23-2014, 03:05 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by 1MOREMOD View Post
I've never heard this one. Seems like it would be making more of a mess than you started with.

not at all. It displaces water (hence WD) and leaves everything looking like brand new.

My car has almost 50k and literally looks like it could be brand new under the hood.

Some say it's not good for PURE rubber parts, but I've been using it for probaly 10 years on all my cars and they all look amazing.

It does tend to attract a little more dust at times due to being a film; but I clean my car religuously so it doesn't seem to matter