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Leaf-blower for drying a car?

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Old 10-29-2009, 06:39 AM
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Default Leaf-blower for drying a car?

Whenever I wash my car I usually spend like 2 hours drying it with the help of California water blade, absorber, and micro fiber towels. One of my good friends suggest me to use electric leaf blower for drying the car. I am totally confused about this technique. May be the air forcibly lead to some damage (scratching the paint). Before gonna try it on my car, I need your views on this technique from your own experiences.
 
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Old 10-29-2009, 07:32 PM
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Why don't you test it on your good friend's car first and see how it works out? I like using microfiber towels. I think a leaf blower may save a little time, but not that much.
 
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Old 11-04-2009, 11:13 PM
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2 hrs to dry your car? You should be able to do it in about 20 minutes, barring any physical disabilities. Waffle Weave drying towels promote healthy mar free appearance, and very limited if any streaking. I usually use 1 large (24x26) WW, and a smaller associate towel, about 17x27. All the while applying either a spray wax or quick detailer.....
 
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