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Old 03-16-2012, 11:44 AM   #1
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Does anyone also find it frustrating when u go to sleep with a perfectly clean blue car and wake up with a yellow one?
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Does anyone also find it frustrating when u go to sleep with a perfectly clean blue car and wake up with a yellow one?
Heck washed mine in morning the other day and two hrs later it was covered... This morning with it all dewy i sprayed detail and spray wax and wiped it off .. Good as new
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Does anyone also find it frustrating when u go to sleep with a perfectly clean blue car and wake up with a yellow one?
Yeah pollen stinks.. You should consider getting a car cover. Just cover it up at night
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Be careful when using detail spray when removing pollen. It's ok to use just make sure you soak it.

Here is a good read........and pay close attention as to why you never just rinse it off.

Safely Removing Pollen Will Save Your Paint – Detailed Image
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Be careful when using detail spray when removing pollen. It's ok to use just make sure you soak it.

Here is a good read........and pay close attention as to why you never just rinse it off.

Safely Removing Pollen Will Save Your Paint – Detailed Image
Oh yeah it was all wet from morning dew .. Good info thanks
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Does anyone also find it frustrating when u go to sleep with a perfectly clean blue car and wake up with a yellow one?
Lol it pays to have a "screaming yellow" paint job this time year.
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Lol it pays to have a "screaming yellow" paint job this time year.
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haha. kudos to the yellow mustang owners.
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Lol it pays to have a "screaming yellow" paint job this time year.
Yeah but i bet that didnt cross ur mind when ya bought it ... Lol
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Yes!
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Yeah but i bet that didnt cross ur mind when ya bought it ... Lol
Yeah not really. It crossed mine mind now though
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Actually a car cover might be a good idea thanks xD
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Actually a car cover might be a good idea thanks xD
Np. that's what I use. Better then cleaning all the time...
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Be careful when using detail spray when removing pollen. It's ok to use just make sure you soak it.

Here is a good read........and pay close attention as to why you never just rinse it off.

Safely Removing Pollen Will Save Your Paint – Detailed Image
Thanks for sharing I love the detailed image forums.

On a side note I want to collect some pollen and checkk it out under the microscope.
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Hmm.. I haven't heard that one before lol
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Hmm.. I haven't heard that one before lol
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it sucks around here as well... hopefully within a week or so it will stop
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Don't know any other states but after pollen season in may/ june we get love bugs which are a holy terror to paint jobs
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Don't know any other states but after pollen season in may/ june we get love bugs which are a holy terror to paint jobs
South GA sees them. Gotta love bugs, I bet they come early this year with Warner temps.
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South GA sees them. Gotta love bugs, I bet they come early this year with Warner temps.
Yeah im afraid so .. Some girl i know said she already seen one
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