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Old 08-03-2018, 10:55 PM   #17
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I've had a couple of those Kent drying towels in the past and while they'll never be as effective as some of the other towels already mentioned, in my experience they can dry fairly well.

They will get better after a few washes I find, as the fibres will loosen up through a little use. I personal approach with these towels was to use them dry, lay them on the panel and pat them gently to help them absorb the water. I didn't feel confident enough in the quality of the towel to go dragging it across my paint (I may also have missed a spot after all).

These towels don't hold a huge amount so while you could moisten them first, you may then find that you need two of them to get round the whole car without needing to wring a single towel out every half-panel.
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