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Thought I'd let everyone know a trick of drying your car off real easy and fast.
Basically once you've washed off the shampoo, while the car is still wet spray quick detailer on a panel at a time and simply wipe off, makes it 10x easier to dry and will help black/ dark coloured car owners dry their car quicker in the hot days coming up preventing water marks :D

If anyone's interested I was using an autobrite reaper drying towel and Angelwax QED quick detailer.
 

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For our Americans you can rent them from Culligans and have them set up right in your Garage. How I know that I installed plenty of them in my younger Years.:(
 

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much more costly, but i have one of these for the final rinse...
http://www.vyair.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=362

takes all the rubbish out of the water and you dont even need to dry if you dont want apparently, but i always do
I've been looking for a site that sells those for a long time and that's not a bad price, been toying with the idea for a while but our water is almost chalk free so put off getting one. Also the ones I've found are in the hundreds when filled with resin. Shall be my purchase ready for the hotter summer I reckon next pay haha
Cheers for the link.
 

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I've been looking for a site that sells those for a long time and that's not a bad price, been toying with the idea for a while but our water is almost chalk free so put off getting one. Also the ones I've found are in the hundreds when filled with resin. Shall be my purchase ready for the hotter summer I reckon next pay haha
Cheers for the link.
I've had mine since September and it's good as day one, top tip is to tip it upside down to get the water out afterwards and give it a shake to mix up the resin as I thought it was rising in ppm level but shook it and it came back to 0 ppm

Mines 11L i Think, its oven in the background
Untitled by christian6984, on Flickr
 
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