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    Smile Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    Hi all, just want to say i LOVE the Meguiars natural shine product as it shines and protects extremely well. However i have noticed my dashboard does seem to get dusty very quickly after i use the vehicle. Has anyone else noticed this or am i just imagining it. cheer.

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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    Too shiny for my dash... I use QID instead and have no dust attraction or glare at all.

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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    I use it more for the protectant than the shine it leaves. I prefer the matte look of the QID. Do you think QID leaves enough protection? thanks.

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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    Dressings do attract dust from my experience. I consider dressings a thing of the past when there are so many coatings to consider. They last a lot longer than a dressing, won't attract dust, and only need wiped with water for maintenance.
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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    QID's label claims that it leaves protection, but frankly I use it for the scent and the light cleaning ability.

    Unless you can find some sort of wax or sealant intended for use on rough textured plastic, you'll have to compromise between a glossy/somewhat greasy finish that purports UV protection, or a matte finish.

    You might also consider using a folding shade when the car is parked to keep the UV rays off.

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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by terranoboy View Post
    I use it more for the protectant than the shine it leaves. I prefer the matte look of the QID. Do you think QID leaves enough protection? thanks.
    Modern auto-glass, itself, will provide more
    "protectants" than most interior dressings
    can ever dream of doing.


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    Re: Meguiars natural shine attract dust?

    Quote Originally Posted by truzoom View Post
    QID's label claims that it leaves protection, but frankly I use it for the scent and the light cleaning ability.

    Unless you can find some sort of wax or sealant intended for use on rough textured plastic, you'll have to compromise between a glossy/somewhat greasy finish that purports UV protection, or a matte finish.

    You might also consider using a folding shade when the car is parked to keep the UV rays off.
    May seem weird ,but pledge has been used on interiors for years.works as you described leaves a tinch of sheen and not oily or greased look.

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