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Old 06-10-2011, 10:51 PM   #11
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Does anyone else have one of these? http://www.calcarduster.com/originalDuster.asp

It works great, I can get all the pollen/dust off the car right before I go to work in the morning and it only takes a couple minutes.
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Does anyone else have one of these? http://www.calcarduster.com/originalDuster.asp

It works great, I can get all the pollen/dust off the car right before I go to work in the morning and it only takes a couple minutes.

Yup I have a California car duster..just used it tonight before I put the car cover on. They work great, but your car better be clean and it only be dust on the car otherwise you have a much greater chance of scratching it. I ONLY use mine if the car was spotless and then got dusty..which was the case tonight.
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Every time i wash bubba some ******* comes and gets him all muddy..its a mystery
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i have an armour all duster for mine, but i sprayed mine off today.. will probably just do a detail this weekend or something and keep dusting it.. I dont drive much now that im unemployed so it just sits accumulating dust
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i have one of those cal dusters, its nice for my firebird sits in the garage with a cover and still is dusty when i take the cover off.

buick96 how do those tents hold up to the snow, ive been thinking about buying one but i dont want something that was just meant for temporary storage
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Omg pollen is horrible! For my allergies & for the monte lol. Try having a black car & having to deal with it...half the time it looks like I have a green clear coat on the car haha. One time it drizzled just enough to where it made the monte look black with green spots...it looked like it was sick lol
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i have one of those cal dusters, its nice for my firebird sits in the garage with a cover and still is dusty when i take the cover off.

buick96 how do those tents hold up to the snow, ive been thinking about buying one but i dont want something that was just meant for temporary storage
Mines called Shelter Logic, I've had it since 2008, as long as you periodically clean the snow off the roof so it doesnt get too heavy up there you're good. I have both sides open so wind can blow through, they like to come off the ground so you gotta chain it down. Not real hard to clean snow off the roof, I just take a push broom and either pull it off or push it off from the inside, its got a couple small rips from being scraped with a shovel but its holding up real nice.
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