Leaf blower, electric preferred since many gas blowers exhaust the motor through the blower which blows oil laden air on your car (I guess they need catch cans too )At the risk of sounding like a neophyte; what exactly is a blower? I'm envisioning a gigantic hairdryer, lol.
You can get car spacific blowers that are smaller then trying to use a leaf blower near your car. I have a small blower for my Harley. I just found it a pain to use.At the risk of sounding like a neophyte; what exactly is a blower? I'm envisioning a gigantic hairdryer, lol.
yup, doing this you only need ONE waffle weave and it will be quite dry when done, perfect for using a drying agent like Prima Hydro or Duragloss Aquawax while you dry it..."waxing" and drying all in one step...leaving you more time to drive!Let your water hose help dry the car. Take the sprinkler off the hose. Run a soft stream of water over the car and it will wick most of the water off the car. Finish with a waffle weave microfiber towel.
This is my experience too. I just go old school and use a clean damp synthetic chamois and follow up with a normal microfiber.As I understand it the waffle weave traps the water within the weave and can hold much more water than a normal microfiber.
My experience is that regular microfiber towels are not good as drying towels. They tend to move the water around more than absorbing it.
find "Supreme Guzzler Waffle Weave by Cobra" on Amazon - it's a great one:I have a wrap on my convt, so do not know if this is of any use. I wet with no nozzle on the hose, use a bucket with soft soap and micro fibre- bugs just flow off like majik! I dri with a microfiber- have to find one of those waffle ones as they sound uptown.