What towels have people found that they like to use drying your C7 after a wash? Looking for something effective but that won't scratch or leave marks. Any suggestions on what type to use or which one to get?
The Absorber is a Synthetic Drying Chamois that remains super soft. I have used one for years without problems. I don't actually wipe with it but rather lay it on the car and gently pull it and all of the water off.Chamois? Are these a no-no?
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Sounds ingenious! Anyone have any reason I shouldn't do this?My electric leaf blower gets most of the water off safely and without any scratching. It also blows the water out of the seams. Of course, I turn the blower upside down so it sucks air from above instead of sucking air from below, which could pick up stuff from the ground. As for final drying, as needed, I use a micro-fiber towel.
Wow! Brilliant!Learn the trick pro detailers use: on your last rinse take the nozzle off the hose and let the open hose sheet the water across the paint......what's left is half the water that a nozzle mist leaves....