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To alleviate using cloths of any description for the final drying I have invested in a small blower. It has a soft nozzle so if you do make contact with the surface of the car it causes no problem with scratching. Using this helps stop swirls and cobwebs appearing in the paint finish. I now Snow Foam, hand wash with a lambswool mitt with the two bucket method, pressure wash off and finally blow dry. Using all Ph neutral products currently from EZ (other products are available).

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I have been using a pet dryer on my motorbikes for many years now - exactly the same as motor vehicle ones, just with different branding but a lot cheaper. Gets into all of the nooks & crannies. Hadn't thought of using it on the car! 

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I have the older 18v Makita LXT blower at work, great for blowing debris / dust out of forklifts.

FWIW a lot of the F1 teams use the 36 volt versions for cooling, normally painted in there team colours.

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