Dust is killing me

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  1. MaxxMuscle

    MaxxMuscle Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    When I got my ZL1 2-years ago I had a custom building put up and now my Cat sleeps in it.I can wash it on Sunday and by Tuesday I can see a little dust on it.Wife thinks I'm crazy but I know it there.Any one using a soft indoor cover ?
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    You need exhaust fans, to pull the dust out of the building probably the sand in the ground..
     
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    Go in there and turn out all the lights and close the door and look for daylight. (And do it in the daylight)
    You need to make sure the dirt is not being pulled in from out side . Then you can always Put a harder on the floor and Polish it.
     
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    Best car cover EVER and it will NEVER scratch your car. Filtered air keeps everything fresh, no condensation, nothing is getting in there!

    AND its about the same price as a good quality car cover (approx $400)
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    California car cover," Dust stop cover" get it & be done!
     
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    Great cover, have three of them! However, over time it will put fine scratches in your paint. I no longer use them on my show cars.

    If you have a dark or very bright (not white) colored car I would go with the bubble. As example, microfiber rags make fine scratches over time as I learned my one of my show cars (see General lee above) which is why after spending $1,500 to polish them out over a 4 day period and add Cquartz Finest I went with the bubble.

    Anything that lays on or rubs the paint will put fine scratches in it over time. Get it in the right light and you'll see them. These factory paint jobs aren't that great so you can get away with a regular car cover it but I thought I'd inform the group there is a better option in the same price range.
     
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    Create a positive pressure room, put a filtered fan pulling outside air in.
     
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    That bubble thang is awesome
     
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    magnummrk SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    I have a California Cover for mine...works great! When I am done detailing it I cover it up. I can look when I get home the type of material it is. I think it is Custom Weave or something. It is kind of like spandex. Hellcover2.jpg
     
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    I have an indoor soft cover from Coverking the satin stretch model.
    I only put it on when the car is clean and I am not going to use it for a while
    Works great goes on fast, comes off fast. I have using these covers for a few years without problems.
     
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    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    My Christmas list just got changed. Thank you very much!
     
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    MaxxMuscle Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Lot of good info here.Thanks a lot guys.
     

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