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Old 12-09-2012, 03:59 PM
JHanley JHanley is offline
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Mein Auto: 1986 BMW 325e Coupe
Jig-a-Loo

Anyone use it?

I like to spray WD-40 around the bottom of my old E30. It really seems to have stopped any new rust and the bits that were there look less pronounced, however, I don't like the oily stains that appear from using WD over time so I switched to Jig-a-Loo after the car wash today. Normally I just spray the WD-40 right after washing whilst still in the wash bay as it is a water dis-placer. I did this with the Jig-a-Loo today as well but then thought that I may just be trapping moisture now.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,
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