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    When drying,when do you use Ult. Spray Wax as a drying aid.

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    Do you spray it on immediately after rinsing or partially dry the car then spray

    Is buffing required. Are there more steps this using this product?

    Thanks.

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    Re: When drying,when do you use Ult. Spray Wax as a drying aid.

    Quote Originally Posted by sunday joe View Post
    In error I started this thread in Discussion Forum. Sorry.

    Do you spray it on immediately after rinsing or partially dry the car then spray

    Is buffing required. Are there more steps this using this product?

    Thanks.
    I would describe it like doing a quick wipe around to dry, then do a second go around with the spray to finish drying.

    No real buffing, just don't spray to much... Very light mist.
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    Re: When drying,when do you use Ult. Spray Wax as a drying aid.

    I do the same. Most of my washes are rinseless, but whether rinseless or hose and bucket, I always do a lap around the car with a thick MF to knock down the larger accumulations of water first. Also the damp towel serves as a bit of insurance in case I really did miss a spot. Then I do another lap with my drying aid. I'm a little leery of compromising the absorbency of my best drying towels with something like D156, but after that initial wipe, another plush MF is all that's needed to get completely dry.

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