Yes, I have some quality drying towels, and will give the leaf blower a shot. I have used it in the past to dry my cars, but got away from it.
A few other notes:
- I briefly mentioned the interior - I do give this serious attention! It keep it spotless (vacuum carpets after every trip), and gave the leather lots of love with Leather Master soft cleaner and protectant.
- I also detailed much of the undercarriage last month when I had the tires off. Suspension components, wheel wells, etc. got a good dose of P21S TAW and brush/wipe down.
- To really make the most of the paint correction process, I really think you needed a dedicated work space, with serious lighting, and maybe even a lift. Obviously, I did mine in an open garage, with just halogen work lamps. This means I was competing against bugs, dust, moving the lights, tripping over cords, etc. I am sure I could have been more effective in a more controlled environment.