Water is your best friend when cleaning your vehicle, however, your friend can quickly turn to your foe.
We always recommend washing your vehicle in panels and then rinsing. By the time you wash your whole vehicle the soap and water has already started evaporating.
What NOT TO USE in drying your vehicle - avoid squeegee blades, chamois, and cheap towels. Here is why. It is impossible to remove every single spec of dirt from your paint surface. Using improper drying tools can pick up sand and debris causing scratches.
We recommend using a leaf blower or compressed air to get bulk of water off your paint surface then using a high density professional drying towel to absorb remaining droplets.
The less contact you have with your paint surface the less opportunity for scratching.