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How do you dry your washed car?

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Riverside, CA, USA
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Been using micro fiber towels made for drying off cars.
Was thinking about a blow-dryer, but then I picked up "the Absorber"
I have no idea how long it's been around, but I am impressed.
When you ring it out, it's just as dry as when you started
Yes, still have to sweat, but makes it allot easier for drying.
 
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Nettleton, MS, USA
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Friend of mine uses his leave blower. I tried that once. Worked pretty well but my arm got tired. I use once of the absorbent cloths. Can't remember exactly what it's called.
 

JohnE

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Vancouver, WA, USA
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The best way is an electric leaf blower; will not put those fine swirl marks/scratches in the paint. I used to always use one despite the funny looks I got from my neighbors lol! It’s especially important with black paint too.
 

66gt350ps

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Honolulu, HI, USA
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Old school, still use a clean real deer skin chamois. After every wash or rain. Polishes seem to last longer than using micro-fiber towels which seem to be rougher, like terry towels, and remove some o the polish. I use micro fiber towels only on the rims.:cool:
 
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Electric leaf blower for the nooks and crannies, then I have turtle wax spray wax and dry, wax as you dry. Works wonders, no water spots and gives a light layer of protection.
 
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