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Old 19th November 2020, 19:07   #11
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I can't imagine there'll be that many flies around at this time of year.


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The increase in temperature over the last few days has brought them out here in Norfolk in large numbers!😐🤔

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Old 19th November 2020, 22:55   #12
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I thought of those sources but the Focus is 3 feet from the Rover and never gets black dots. Perhaps it is fly poo or soot but it doesn't stick to the Ford paint.
Have you tried swapping the position of the cars to see if that makes a difference?
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Have you tried swapping the position of the cars to see if that makes a difference?
Good idea. I will try that after a few days of monitoring in current positions.
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Autoglym Polish helps to keep it easily cleaned!😉 They just slide off!😁

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