How can I mitigate static dust cling on my new car's finish? Yesterday, I washed and cleaned my new car using a car wash detergent, followed by drying with a chamois cloth and towel. I then applied a polysealant to remove any remaining waterspots and streaks, and then cleaned the glass with glass cleaner. The finish looked great! I left the vehicle in my closed garage overnite. Today, I went to reinspect the car. I opened the garage door and within minutes discovered a layer of fine dust clinging to the finish as well as to the glass, in particular the rear glass closest to the garage door. The garage is normally warm inside and always dry and reasonably dust free, and there was no perceptable breeze or wind..
This is the second time in 2 weeks that this has happened, and appears to be related to climate change, as in when the weather changes from cold and damp to warm and dry and then opening the garage door and exposing the vehicle to ambient outside air. Am I rubbing on my vehicle too much, and inducing static onto the vehicle? Or is there too great a difference between "inside air and outside air", which is somehow causing static dust cling?
Has anyone else experienced this phenomena?
I live in SoCal, not far from Irvine.