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22" x 30" Meguiar's X2000 Water Magnet Microfiber Drying Towel

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Amazon has 22" x 30" Meguiar's X2000 Water Magnet Microfiber Drying Towel on sale for $6.31. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Meguiar's X2000 Water Magnet Microfiber Drying Towel for $6.31. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+
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Quote from J03 :
I used to use a waffle weave one that did a pretty good job with my car but not my SUV. I went to pepboys and picked up one of these: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Microt.../154565897 It looks like the new model is this one which looks different from mine: https://www.pepboys.com/platinum-...ct/2071367

Either way, 'extra plush' really is extra plush and holds a lot of water. I can do an entire SUV with one towel without having to ring it out constantly like the waffle weave.

Here's a pro-tip I learned from a detailers youtube channel: After you're done rinsing off your car, take off the hose end sprayer and run the water straight from the hose over your car. It pushes off most of the water and requires a lot less towel to dry it. Works wonders.
This.

Chemical guys recommend this and I've been doing it for years. The water rolls off instead of getting millions of little dots that dry quickly.

I have insanely hard water and the difference is noticeable
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Have you considered a leaf blower? I do that now which removes about 90% of the water in less than 5 mins.
I use a window squeegee, then wipe up what's left over. Takes only a couple minutes.
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Quote from greg611 :
These here are the real deal:
https://www.amazon.com/microfiber...ef8a320INT
Recommended by a fellow SD'er. I've tried several different ones over the years and none have come close to the ones in the link. They aren't big towels but they kick butt.
I bought those for drying dishes and they work well
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I have had great success using The Absorber at Advance auto.. feels like a chamois and mine is 3 years old and still absorbs like a champ on contact.
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