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Old 12-04-2019, 06:20 PM   #1
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LSP for dusty regions?

please, advice
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Old 12-04-2019, 06:47 PM   #2
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Any ceramic coating, pretty much.

Also, I've been told that Zymol waxes are good at repelling dust, unlike most waxes that seem to attract it.

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I've had good luck with CarPro Reload in helping to minimize dust buildup when sitting, though of course when driving there is not much you can do...

I also have had some success with C2 V3 diluted and used as a QD (The only thing I favor it for.) over certain waxes that tend to be dust-magnets, to help reduce their dust/pollen attraction...

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Old 12-04-2019, 08:04 PM   #4
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I doubt it'll be any sort of wax.

C2v3?
Dodo Juice Future Armour ?
Meguiars Ultimates Fast Finish ?

Basically I would advocate anything in the sealant class, likely nano tech or possibly ceramic/Si02 (never quite sure what term to use!)

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P&S Bead maker...just coz it creates that extremely slick surface!
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Has anyone tried using Beadmaker without drenching the car in a ton of it first?

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The slickest and dust free finish I have used over th years is FK1000 with FK425 detailler. Smooth as a babies bum.
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Basically the sealant of your choice grey- depends whether you are happy to reapply regularly or looking for a longer term product.
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Any ceramic coating, pretty much.

Also, I've been told that Zymol waxes are good at repelling dust, unlike most waxes that seem to attract it.

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Yes , Zymol very good at repelling dust , I find DJ and Zymol wax attracts less dust than others .
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Anti static wax
Si02 spray

With a good quality wax you can just rinse the car off.
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