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Carrand Pacific Coast Dash Duster

Instantly clean interior surfaces!

The Pacific Coast Dash Duster has wax-treated cotton fibers that attract and grab dust from any hard surface. You can quickly dust your dashboard, door panels, console, and instrument gages. No chemicals are needed. The Pacific Coast Dash Duster is the only tool you need for quick interior detailing!

The secret to the duster's incredible performance is paraffin wax. The duster's threads have a permanent paraffin wax coating that grabs and holds onto dust. The dirtier the duster gets, the better it works!

The Pacific Coast Dash Duster must be used dry. Use it inside your vehicle and inside your home or office. It safely cleans electronics and televisions, computer monitors, countertops and appliances, desktops, and more.

Should the Pacific Coast Dash Duster ever need washing, hand wash it in cold water with Pinnacle Micro Rejuvenator or another mild detergent. Allow to air dry.

When not in use, store the Pacific Coast Dash Duster in its reusable plastic package. Shake out excess dust before storage.

Carrand Pacific Coast Dash Duster

Our Price: $8.99
Item ID: CAR-93006AS
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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By bo
Denver
November 30, 2014
red lint
While it smells nice, I agree with Gary. A gimmick that leaves your dash looking like a red dust storm.
ProsNot a one
ConsRed lint everywhere. You'll spend twice the time cleaning up afterwards
By Gary
April 1, 2012
Do not buy
I removed the product from the package and attempted to dust the dashboard, etc. which is black. It left so much red fiber behind I had to vacuum the interior to remove. I then hand washed the duster attempting to remove the fibers. Once dry I had the same results. As a last resort I vacuumed the duster attempting to remove the fiber. Once again the same results. A total waste of money.