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A fast and awesome way to dry your just washed car

Old 11-12-2018, 11:18 AM
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One thing I hate is drying a car after washing it. I have always use a chamois followed up with compressed air to blow out cracks, headlight/taillight buckets around badges etc...Today I decided to give the Jag a wash since it was a good overcast afternoon. I got done washing and was ready to start drying it the way I always have in the past. However, earlier in the day I had cleaned up the garage and left the leaf blower outside. Hmmmm that might work.Used the leaf blower to dry my car and it did an awesome job! Pushed all the water off the paint, blew all cracks out and dried the rims really easily. All I had to do was take a towel one time around and get the few drops that were left. Give it a try it works really well!
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