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  1. I’m just wondering if you guys were to wax your car, after a wash what is the best way to dry your car? Just straight up dry then apply wax or do you guys use guard and glass while dry or something else before applying the wax.
  2. Hey all, I have two of Adams Ultra Plush Drying Towel and all I can say is WOW! This towel dries everything! I dries a Ford Expedition with just one towel without ringing it out! Ok now off to my question.. I used this towel on four cars with detail spray on different days and in between I let the towel hang dry. I figured it was time to wash the towel to I pre soaked in warm water and microfiber revitalizer to get the detail spray off. After soaking I squeezed dry and threw it into a dryer and low heat. Now it seems to be coming apart slightly. I must have done something wrong. I attached two photos of what I mean and this is in multiple locations on the towel. What is the proper way to clean and dry Adams Ultra Plush Drying Towel? Thank you all!
  3. So a few days ago, two to be exact I paint corrected my hood and my roof, now after doing a three step paint correction, I noticed a lot of dust on the car. I decided to take the car for a quick spin to blow off some of the dust. I then parked it in my garage and left it. Yesterday I took my car out and I realized that on the windshield there were little dots of dried up compound/polish (not sure which one). I tried using the windshield wiper fluid to remove them but that didn't work, and today there was snow on it, even after removing the snow, that didn't work...I don't know what to try so I'm wondering if anyone has any quick trick and tips to clean the glass and prevent this from happening next time. A couple of things to keep in mind are that I don't have Adam's Glass Cleaner.
  4. I have a metallic black macan 5 months old. It will sit in a garage a week at a time, and when it comes out, it has a layer of dust. Up in the country, the environment is dusty, so the car picks it up. What's the best way to remove the dust and maintain the shine without having to go through a complete wash? I've used a California duster, but I feel like that's abrasive and not the best solution.
  5. Hey all, May seem like an off topic, yet simple solution question, but the family has a dog and she likes to play around with towels. I've told pops multiple times to let her have the towels that she has in her cage, but no one listens and my towels end up full of dog saliva, dirt and unfortunately a few bite marks. Now, I really can't blame the dog. She's honestly very good and of course towels to anyone, even a dog, can be fun to play around with. Unfortunately for the dog, these are MY towels and they are AMAZING towels. what do you guys recommend? maybe just spray dad with the hose and tell him "no more murder of towels!" ???
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