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Have a large one for my Street Rod I use at shows and have a mini on a peg on the wall between garage doors to clean only the rear of the Vette. The remainder of the car stays clean, or if dirty I wash it, but the rear gets dirty evrytime I drive it. I only use a very light touch and it takes most dirt away.
I have never used one and have been advised not to. The possibility of scratching up my paint seems high. Has anyone had a bad experience with one?
And who "advised" you not to use one? Bob “Max” McKee, founder of AutoGeek praises them:
Max is an avid fan of The Original California Car Duster, so he was thrilled to be able to answer a few questions about this remarkable product:
Q: I have tried everything to remove dust from my car, but it takes so long and all I end up doing is just moving the dust around. Does this product really work different than others I have tried?
Max: Once you try this duster for the first time, you will never purchase another dusting rag or chemical cleaner again. The process couldn’t get an easier.
Simply run the mophead over the surface and you are finished. Shake it out and its ready to go again!
Q: Doesn’t California Car Duster Company make a bunch of products like the Original?
Max: They sure do. This product was such a hit, that they soon developed different sizes of dusters to take care of both indoor and outdoor needs. These products include The Mini Dash Duster and The Super Floor Duster.
Q: Is the handle really comfortable to hold?
Max: It is one of the features that makes cleaning a joy rather than a task. It is a classy wood handle that fits comfortably in your hand. There is no pressure or stress from holding it.