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Blower 99% of the car (Helps when the car is Ceramic/Glass Coated of course)

After blow drying the car I'll walk around with a towel and get any areas that I may have missed, and after that I'll go in the door jams and clean the water that sometimes gets in there.


All my tips and tricks and products I get from these guys, they really know their stuff:
 
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Great video. Never thought to use detailing spray while drying.
 
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Great video. Never thought to use detailing spray while drying.
For a ceramic coated vehicle you wouldn't do that, but yeah for a non-coated vehicle it works great.
 
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Thx. Thinking of going with Nanolex Si3D 2-3 year coating.
 
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Thx. Thinking of going with Nanolex Si3D 2-3 year coating.
I got mine from... You guessed it, the same detailing store, Esoteric. They made a video on the Gyeon Mohs I use too. As you can tell I'm pretty fond of these guys, they really know their stuff and it certainly helps to have these videos to ensure you're coating the car properly. Pretty cool stuff!

 
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The less you touch your paint the better.
 
 
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