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    hey guys need a heads up on the best thing to use to dry the car was usin a autoglym leather chamois but its done all thoughts welcome cheers in advance

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    thats what i use as well lol

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    it is good but here a lot of people sayin there was much better stuff out there so thought would see what the pros thought before i go buy another

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    personally i let the car drip dry for a while then mop up remaining water with a decent microfibre,once you build up coats of polish the water runs off very easily chamois are too harsh on paint imo

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    I use a drying towel on my motor. They seem to work very well. But if there is a lot of water that has not drained off then I will have to use Two drying towels.

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    is the meguiars one any good

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    Quote Originally Posted by howd3y View Post
    is the meguiars one any good
    yep it is mate,i take it you mean the water magnet? ive found that any half decent microfibre is just as good,in fact poundland sell excellent ones for a pound and as i say they are excellent and a decnt size too,only thing is you might not have a local poundland lol

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    yeah i do might pop in tomorrow cheers for the heads up

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    Quote Originally Posted by howd3y View Post
    yeah i do might pop in tomorrow cheers for the heads up
    no probs mate glad too help

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    that u did mate that u did

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