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View Poll Results: how do you Dry after washing ?
Mircofibre towel 160 64.52%
Blower 8 3.23%
filtered water left to dry 8 3.23%
flush technique + pat dry 14 5.65%
Towel and Blower 45 18.15%
Chamois or synthetic 13 5.24%
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Old 05-01-2016, 09:56 AM   #1
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DW poll - Drying

So whats your preferred choice

Drying - Towel,blower, filter water left to dry, Towel , chamois and blower

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I usually go Microfiber drying towel, then a little quick detailer just for a little spruce up
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Towal and metro vac n blo for me.
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Towel normally but i`ve just bought a pet dryer so i`ll see how it goes.
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Old 05-01-2016, 10:09 AM   #5
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Towel for me.

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Blow dry with warm filtered air, no touching of the cars paint work what so ever.
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Old 05-01-2016, 10:53 AM   #7
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Towel in the main but use a Sidekick around badges, handles etc, especially if going on to do other jobs.
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Normally use an AF deluxe drying towel. But waiting for my Metro Vac Air Force blaster from Polished Bliss, will update again soon.
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Gyeon Silk Dryer with quick detailer and use the Metro Vac Sidekick for the grills, nooks and crannies.
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Slow flowing open hose to sheet the water off then cordless blower (mainly for grilles, shuts, mirrors and wheels) and finally a small MF for anything that's left.

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