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Which furniture polish contains no silicone?

I read a few months ago that some body men use furniture polish (Pledge?) to get rid of static on plastic parts before painting. The shell of my car was painted 6 months ago but is now covered by a thin layer of dust, and I'd like to use a micro fiber rag with a non-silicone furniture polish to dab the dirt off. If anyone has any other suggestions to get the dust off the car without scratching it, please let me know. The body was color sanded and buffed, but has no wax on it. Thanks, Dan.
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Compressed air or a California car duster, JClark uses endust I believe.
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