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Old 09-10-2010, 08:36 AM   #1
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What do you guys use to dry your car after washing it? I bought some drying cloths from Canadian Tire and they absolutely suck. I saw some leather ones but know nothing about them. Any suggestions? Cost isn't that important unless we're talking $100+.

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i use micro fiber @ CTC for 5 bucks
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I use an amour all (not sure how to spell it) shammy (its not leather, its more of like a spongy kinda shammy)...I got over as many flat spots of the car as I can with that, then I just use a regular towel to pick up the residual water...
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I use the absorber pretty sure I got it at CTC. No lint and the secret is you need to keep it wet. Been using the same one for 5 years.
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I think I'll try the Absorber. Thanks guys.
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What do you guys use to dry your car after washing it? I bought some drying cloths from Canadian Tire and they absolutely suck. I saw some leather ones but know nothing about them. Any suggestions? Cost isn't that important unless we're talking $100+.

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the waffle weave towel, mcquires, but you need 2, they suck up alot of water,with no streak imo
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I bought Walmarts Ultra Premium Shammy/Towel and it works great.
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