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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-08-2004, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Drying a car

What does everyone use to dry there car after a wash? I have leather chamois that work pretty well, but it seems like one of them leaves a film on the car, and they are both new. We tried one of those blue micro fiber towels, does a pretty decent job.

Also on chamois, can they be washed? My old ones are sorta stinky!

Put a 3rd coat of Zaino on the Stang tonight, the truck got coat number 4 yesterday. What a shine!!!
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-08-2004, 07:05 PM
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I wash my chamois whenever they get dirty. Just throw them in the washer, by themselves, and so far I haven't used detergent but they come out clean as new.
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I wash my chamois whenever they get dirty. Just throw them in the washer, by themselves, and so far I haven't used detergent but they come out clean as new.
Cool, I thought about trying that with the old ones, and if I F'd them up, just toss 'em in the trash.

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The one I washed is pretty old. The only noticeable damage is the hole grew just a tad bit.
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I make one pass with a water blade and finish up with an absorber.
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