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Old 08-04-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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meguiars has a new brake dust repellant

anyone tried it?

i figure it may be good since alot of their other products are

http://www.meguiars.com/en/automotiv...-dust-barrier/
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I've tried it and it works well. The key to success is to apply it THIN. Use short bursts of product instead of holding down the trigger. The surface should also be squeaky clean prior to application.
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I bet it is nearly identical to the Armor All one, but hey Armor All sucks and Meguiar's is ftw... so go for it. I've used it- though not on my car. Make sure you get every visible crack and crevice, or you will literally have a totally unfeathered line where the wheel is 95% clean, and then totally caked with brake dust next to it where you missed.
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