The 10 Best Car Dusters

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This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in December of 2017. If you take pride in your car's appearance but find yourself spending a fortune on detailing, you can extend the time between professional cleanings by using one of these handy dusters occasionally. These are specially designed to not scratch or mar your finish while saving you time, water and money. Our selection includes a variety of sizes to meet any need, both inside and outside a vehicle. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. California Car Duster 62424 Kit

2. Eurow Terry Weave Mitts

3. Relentless Drive Ultimate

Editor's Notes

October 09, 2019:

Just like with car drying towels and car wash brushes, these dusters are specially formulated not to harm your vehicle's interior or exterior. They feature wax-treated cotton (California Car Duster Detailing Kit, Moon River Super Soft), ultra-soft microfiber (Oxo Good Grips Microfiber, Relentless Drive Ultimate) gentle synthetic fibers (Kitchen + Home Compact), and more to get the job done.

This latest update saw the addition of four new selections to round the list out to an even ten. You'll notice the Eurow Terry Weave Mitt, Takavu Multi-Functional, Kitchen + Home Compact, and J&A Lambswool have joined the ranks, with each being well-suited for specific needs. For example, the Kitchen + Home is great for dusty infotainment centers, while the lambswool option acts as a versatile housekeeping tool that is effective at pulling pet hair from your vehicle's interior. We also let the JS Lifestyle Brush go due to availability issues, as well as the Ciki Shield Mini, however, we supplanted that item with the identical Senhai Mini.

4. Takavu Multi-Functional

5. Oxo Good Grips Microfiber

6. Prestige Auto Care Ultra

7. Moon River Super Soft

8. J&A Lambswool

9. Senhai Mini

10. Kitchen + Home Compact

Gia Vescovi-Chiordi
Last updated by Gia Vescovi-Chiordi

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