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This is a discussion on Washing/drying tools within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; LOL I couldnt help but laugh!! Its my 16 year old mentality sorry! Originally Posted by JonB I blow as ...

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    LOL I couldnt help but laugh!! Its my 16 year old mentality sorry!


    Quote Originally Posted by JonB View Post
    I blow as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Sleeper View Post
    Mr. Clean carwash kit. It save me about 30 minutes of drying time everytime I wash. The best investment ive every made. I works by using purified water to rinse the car. When the car drys the water evaporates and since the water is clean there is nothing left to made water spots.
    I used the same thing for about 3 months and it worked great after that it started to leave a film on my car. I replaced the filter and even bought a new bottle of the car wash thinking that was the problem. Nope. I dont get it -unless the drought here is screwing with the water?? I dunno. Been using armorall carwash lately. Works well. Pinnacle car wash will be next with the foam blower nozzel.

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    Chenille wash pad and Cobra microfiber waffle weave towels to dry. Mr Clean autodry was junk to me too.

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    I use the two bucket theory and micro fiber mitts. I also use a leaf blower,water blde for glass cotton cloths for the rest

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    2 bucket method made so much sense to me when I saw it. I was like damn why didnt I think of that. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEADBYDAWN View Post
    2 bucket method made so much sense to me when I saw it. I was like damn why didnt I think of that. LOL
    what is the two bucket system?

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    One bucket of water to rinse your wash mitt before dipping it back in the bucket of soap. Prevents dirt trapped in the mitt mixing with the soapy water.

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    I use meguiars soap w/microfiber mitt to wash the car, and to dry i use a beach towel for the roof(ttops), and all the windows, and a microfiber towel for the rest of the car. Doesn't ever take long and haven't come across any new swirl marks, etc. from the towels.

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