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    What do you guys dry your car with i've been useing a leather chamois for ages , what else is best
     
     

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    A microfibre towel works just aswell if not even better when it's dabbed along the bodywork
     
     

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    i use a towel..
     
     

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    I bought this http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/product...ing_towel.html and it seems to do the job well. First thing I've used other than a chamios and its much quicer due to less wring outs.
     
     

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    the water magnet sounds good. less wringing out is a bonus
     
     

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    get a super plush microfiber drying towl... not water magnet.. i find there not that good.. here..
     
     

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    my missus brought home some vileda super cloths one day and been using them ever since imo better than any chamois one single wipe over and its perfectly dry excellent on the windows too
     
     

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    A microfibre towel aswell for me
     
     

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