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06-12-2009, 07:52 PM #31
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I bought a blow drier for my Harley that I've been using on the cars and trucks for years, works great to get a spot free dry.
This forum has a couple different ones listed, I have the last one made by J&P Cycles.
06-15-2009, 12:15 AM #32
When I'm ready to dry my truck, the first thing I do is take the nozzle off of the hose, and turn the water on low. Very low. Then I rinse the whole truck that way. Try it. If your truck is waxed, you'll be amazed at the amount of water that will remove. Then, I use an aqua blade for the large, flat areas, like the windows, hood, and bed cover. Since that doesn't work well on curves or over molding, I finish it off with the Absorber. Well, three absorbers, actually. I got tired of the constant wringing, so I bought a few more of them.
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