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      05-15-2013, 10:09 PM   #23
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I see you have black... IMO, you should ditch towels for drying altogether. Go to your local home store and pick up a small electric leaf blower for around $40 and an extension chord. These are very effective at shooting all the water off your car, including all the little crevices, and will GREATLY reduce the chance of swirl marks in your paint.

This is a little detailer secret...
i like this idea so much better than hand drying....is it too good to be true?

any particular brand that you recommend? how long to dry a whole car?
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i like this idea so much better than hand drying....is it too good to be true?

any particular brand that you recommend? how long to dry a whole car?
Works like a charm - takes about 15-20 minutes, depending on outside temps and if your car has been waxed regularly.

I'd just pick up the least expensive one they have. Mine was a Toro like this...

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i like this idea so much better than hand drying....is it too good to be true?

any particular brand that you recommend? how long to dry a whole car?
This made me chuckle..lol

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Works like a charm - takes about 15-20 minutes, depending on outside temps and if your car has been waxed regularly.

I'd just pick up the least expensive one they have. Mine was a Toro like this...

thanks for the advice. at that price, i'll definitely try it out!
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what can i say...i'm lake a wide eyed, innocent child when it comes to some of this stuff...

thanks for the link!
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