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There's a wet and dry method to applying the HGG. Dry application is what you're basically asking about. You start with a dry car, wet a towel, spray the HGG into the towel, and wipe directly onto the car. It works, but you may find you'll use a lot more product.

 

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It might not be the fastest because then you have to dry the car twice, but you could always wet the car down again at home with a garden sprayer filled with just water, although when using h20 g&g I find it really doesn't take that long when the car is wet.

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Agreed with both Rich and Nathan. I should probably clarify a bit, though, since they offer good advice. The dry application method will work if you don't want to bother getting the car wet again, regardless of how (sprayer, hose, licking the car :wacko:). It you want to get it wet again first, Rich and Nathan are spot on. Either way, you'll need another dry towel to dry after applying the HGG.

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