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Old 08-03-2018, 01:30 PM   #12
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If the car has good protection on already, also look at ‘touchless drying’ using an open ended hose to sheet the water from your car, leaving just minor areas to finish drying.
This is new to me too and was going to try it next time I do mine. Tbh, I can’t believe I’ve never picked up on it before as drying the car is always the most labourious part of my wash regime.
But otherwise as said, dampen and wring out first. I usually do my glass first as seems to dry the glass well & get the cloth to a nice level of wetness (for want if a better expression) and then dries the rest of the car well.
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