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    Arrow NEW McKess 37 pollen X

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    Finally a answer to pollen?
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Interesting...
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    I`m still not sure about this. Especially on a perfect black finish. I`ll probably try it on my black ss Camaro. But I doubt it will prevent towel marks
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Can i spray it up my nose and in my eyes?
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Maybe the key to the product is applying directly after a wash and then see how it performs, instead of trying it out on a polished vehicle.
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneB View Post
    Can i spray it up my nose and in my eyes?
    If you’d like a trip to the ER, sure. Go ahead and try it.

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    I always wonder why Pollen is such an issue for some people, but OK...if it is, then it is.

    I guess that just like bugs and bird-bombs, every case is different and I`m just lucky that it washes right off (and/or rinses off in the rain).

    Quote Originally Posted by Justins00SS
    I`m still not sure about this. Especially on a perfect black finish. I`ll probably try it on my black ss Camaro. But I doubt it will prevent towel marks
    Oh man, no way would *I* try it on your Camaro!!

    If pollen is such a big deal that people worry about using a RR/WW on it, what would make this stuff safer? I`ve never found it especially abrasive (despite how scary it looks in macro pix), but some here have expressed concerns about it and I`m all in favor of being marring-paranoid.

    Anti-static? Eh, FK425 is supposed to provide that, but it sure never did for me, but OK..maybe this is different.

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Really, the only solution is to just buy a yellow car -or- use Bead Maker

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Not really sure how it`s different than any rinseless wash sprayed directly on paint.
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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    I always wonder why Pollen is such an issue for some people, but OK...if it is, then it is.
    Might be like bugs. Use to think that bugs weren’t a big deal and why people on forums over react to them. Then saw the thread with the Florida love bugs and holy isht! U do t have to much problem with pollen. N 914 in waterless does the job on those heavy days.

    Maybe pollens different in volume and texture around the country? Not sure


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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Coatings=crack- Yeah, those Love Bug threads made me appreciate how lucky I am in that regard. I guess the pollen can be the same way or else nobody would care about it. I`ve sure never experienced any problems from it though, it always washes right off easy as can be.

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Wow, how did I get by all these years without it.

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Ok this is the pollen drip from less than a day. I ordered Pollen-X and it arrives Tuesday. I hope it really works for me.

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    bofh- That`s a *lot* of pollen all right, but won`t it just wash off? Or even rinse off in a hard rain?

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    Re: NEW McKess 37 pollen X

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    I always wonder why Pollen is such an issue for some people, but OK...if it is, then it is.

    I guess that just like bugs and bird-bombs, every case is different and I`m just lucky that it washes right off (and/or rinses off in the rain)....

    If pollen is such a big deal that people worry about using a RR/WW on it, what would make this stuff safer? I`ve never found it especially abrasive (despite how scary it looks in macro pix), but some here have expressed concerns about it and I`m all in favor of being marring-paranoid.
    We get pretty heavy accumulations here, and I saw much worse after spending a couple weeks in central Alabama for work this spring. A really thick layer that built up quickly. However, you`re right that a good rain takes it right off. In my case since, while I was in Alabama I simply found one of those coin-op car washes and the pressure washer blasted the stuff right off. Not a big deal. I`ve always rinsed it off easily when washing, or wiped it off with a WW if it wasn`t too thick.

    Quote Originally Posted by wannafbody View Post
    Not really sure how it`s different than any rinseless wash sprayed directly on paint.
    My thoughts too. When I asked this very question on AG, the reply was something about "accidential" discovery of some sort of polymer which keeps pollen from sticking. Who knows until a side-by-side test takes place. Based on experience I`m not really compelled to worry to much about it. WW does just fine for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tpr1634 View Post
    Wow, how did I get by all these years without it.
    Ha! No kidding. I`m all for new products which make our lives easier or improve upon what is available, but sometimes I think you can make too much of a niche product.
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