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I recently started keeping a small "Swifter" duster in my car.
Quickest and easiest way to keep the dash and other bits dust free. Especially handy if you have dogs.
I probably look like a douche dusting at stop lights :D
 

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My little contribution (obvious?). I recently started keeping a small "Swifter" duster in my car. Quickest and easiest way to keep the dash and other bits dust free. Especially handy if you have dogs. I probably look like a douche dusting at stop lights :D
Just don't allow your dogs to lick the interior!
I'm not kidding, the chemical used is glycol based and is poison to your dog!
 

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That's not a bad idea. I use a wet wash cloth followed by a dry one for the interior, it works pretty well. I only use a California duster for the exterior.
 

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It really is the bees knees. You can't beat the compactness for quick dusting. I vacuum hose it occasionally to suck out the accumulated dust and fur. Frugal me.
 

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I have swifter dusters under my kitchen cabinets, never occurred to me to use them for my dash. Good idea, thanks.
 
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