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Old 06-15-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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Rear black deck lid.

I have a 13 and no matter what I try the piano black trunk deck lid gets dusty about 5 minutes after driving it. The car is squeaky clean but the deck lids all dusty! Anyone out there find something to keep the dust off???

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The problem is the aerodynamics of the car. It will always get dirty.
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Old 06-15-2013, 07:34 PM   #3
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The problem is the aerodynamics of the car. It will always get dirty.
Yeah. It's the air turbulence that collects and deposits dust on the deck lit. Move to the city
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You can try dusting the area with a used dryer sheet as it negates the static that makes dust cling to the surface. It works on electronics and furniture in the house, just never tried it on the car though.
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Good idea! I'll try that tomorrow. I'll also try some static guard and see if that might work. Thx!
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No problem. Let me know if it works so I can try it when I get back home in a couple months.
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I had a black car prior to the black decklid ... Just immagine if your whole car was black
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I had a black car prior to the black decklid ... Just immagine if your whole car was black
I know right !!!!!!!
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It's not the color that causes the problem, it's the surface material of the 2013+ deck lid.
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It's not the color that causes the problem, it's the surface material of the 2013+ deck lid.
But the color make it more noticeable
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Old 06-16-2013, 01:47 AM   #11
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I had a black 2000 Camaro, black shows everything. I swore I would never do it again because the maintenance was unbelievable.
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