Team Adam's Posted August 13, 2009 Share Posted August 13, 2009 (edited) I'm sure those of you among us that fight the constant battle to keep black paint looking pristine can understand what a PAIN it is to keep dust off the paint. Sometimes I feel like by the time I finish washing and waxing the panel I started on is already dusty. The problem seems to compound after a day of waxing as the buffing action tends to build a slight static charge on the paints surface which actually attracts light dust!! I've noted over the years the dry weather seems to compound this effect even further... so those of you in more humid climates might not be seeing this as much as I am. I've even noticed this effect exaggerated on days where my city is doing landscape maintenance. When I stop after driving thru town small bits of dried grass, chopped leaves, and pollen are clinging lightly to the lower half of all my door panels. NO MORE!! After only 2 uses of the waterless wash I've noted a DRAMATIC reduction in the level of static build up on the paint, translating to far less dust and light debris on my perfect black paint!! So now I plan to experiment with a post detail waterless wash treatment even on clean paint... by reducing the level of static build up the product serves to make itself less necessary... confused? Allow me to explain my theory - If I do one treatment of waterless wash immediately after I detail the car will have no (or a dramatically reduced) static charge. Rather than having to use tons of product to 'clean' the car again after the dust settles I can use a light treatment to cut the static before the problem starts and subsequently reduce the intervals with which I will have to use the product again!! Just a little added bonus to an already awesome product!! Edited August 13, 2009 by Dylan06SS Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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