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Old 05-20-2005, 11:01 AM   #21
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Just another update...yes there definitely is dust after driving for another week. Seems like the first few days are the best indeed. But I think the big plus here with this product versus wax is how easy it is to apply. I love the fact that you just spray it on and watch it foam up....then just wipe it. I also think it gives a wetter shine than using wax.
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Old 05-20-2005, 11:02 AM   #22
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I use Wheel Wax from Poorboys http://secure.detailedimage.com/Merc...gory_Code=PB00 to reduce the brake dust build up. It definitely helps keep the dust off but the best part about that product is after you use it, the brake dust comes off really easy with just a hosing. I'm very impressed with how clean the wheels stay and how much it brings out the shine. It takes a little longer to apply a wax but it lasts a lot longer than a spray. With the pressure you apply it gets into all the tiny imperfections in a wheel and protects them. You only have to use a very little bit to do a wheel so you'll get plenty of uses with it and it smells great (like Watermelon)!

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