What is the best way to dry my vehicle?
DRYING-HOW TO DRY IT RIGHT
IS THE BEST WAY TO DRY MY CAR?
Drying is usually the number one culprit in scratching or swirling
your car. Chemical Guys recommends 3 things to minimize your risk.
The first thing is to keep a good, high quality wax or sealant on
the paint. The second is to use a blower like the Chemical Guys
blower or for true enthusiast the Metro-Vac Master Blaster Sidekick
or for drying lots of cars the Master Blaster professional will get
all the water out of hard to reach areas. Third we recommend a great
microfiber towel of your choice for the final wipe down. These super
soft towels will get your car 100% dry and are ultra plush and soft
and will protect from scratches and swirls.
Q.WHAT TOWEL SHOULD I USE TO DRY?
A. Chemical Guys has a huge variety of great towels to choose
from. Many carwashes like to use a Chamois-like material for drying.
Personally Chemical Guys recommends a great drying towel like a
Miracle Dryer or for delicate surfaces the Woolly mammoth Drying
towel. We also have a great selection of waffle weave towels that
many car care enthusiast also like.
Q. COULD I USE A BLOWER TO DRY MY CAR?
A. Yes, save money and time by drying your vehicle with a
professional Chemical Guys Blower. Itís by far the best way to get
water out of crevices and even blow duct and dirt right out. There
are many great blowers to choose from on the Chemical Guys.com
website just click the VACUUMS AND BLOWERS category.
Jetspeed Air Dryer- great for the start up detailer and do-it
High Speed professional Blower SK2- The NEW EXTREMELY POWERFUL
MASTER BLASTER SIDEKICK MEANS BUSINESS! The Chemical Guys Master
Blaster has a turbine propeller inside a heavy duty 100% made in the
USA metal canister that is sure to blow the socks off of your feet..
Metro Master Blaster 8hp INDUSTRIAL DRYER BLOWER SYSTEM-The most
powerful professional dryer be have ever offered. The Master Blaster
has an 8.0 Peak horsepower motor that blasts air at an impressive
58,500 feet per minute compared to the Air Force Blaster blowing
29,250 feet per minute.