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      01-06-2012, 05:51 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by myicedm3 View Post
fantastic advice! thanks OPS & Templar

I think im gonna just do the washes like you said and use quick detail spray + microfiber cloth for the small areas that collect dust; most notably the rear lip spoiler, and bumper.

ill post a pic later of the dust issue im talking about
I know exactly what you mean. Lots of debris and dust kick up on the rear of the car. I'm sure everyone here knows exactly what you mean

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      01-10-2012, 04:27 PM   #24
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OP, safest way to remove that dust/grime is a proper wash using the two bucket method. I use a sheepskin mitt. Also, I would personally spend two hours and clay bar that new car. You'd be surprised how much settled crap you can remove from the paint of a brand new car. Do a google search, DIY's are all over the web.
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