With sunny days ahead, there’s no better time to give your car the quality shine it deserves.
With that being said, we all know sunny weather makes car drying a bit more challenging. That’s because if the sun dries the water, soap, or detailing product before you do, streaks form.
So the best way to dry a car before the sun does is to use microfiber towels. Today, we're going to look into:
- The secret criteria for cleaning your car under the sun to ensure soap, dirt, and debris don't dry on your paint
- The industry's best microfiber cloths that will wash, dry, and buff your car to a streak free finish
- The reason why you shouldn't leave even a thin layer of water on your paint
Ready? Let's do this.
What to Use to Dry a Car
Microfiber towels are the best choice to use for drying your car, especially ones designed for auto detailing.
Not only are microfiber towels extremely absorbent, but they are comprised of durable fibers that suck away surface debris instead of smearing it on the surface. Plus, they are so small they won’t scratch your paint.
No one wants streaks and scratches on their paint, making microfiber towels ideal for thoroughly drying your vehicle.
"I got the 16x16 economy towels to use washing my car and various jobs around the garage. I plan to wash them after each use and reuse them. Such great quality and economy with this company." - James Jones, United States
Here is the simplest way you can effectively dry a car by hand with microfiber in just three steps: