Adam's Polishes - Premium Car Care Products
Originally Posted by csmiley
What's the address to the site.
I'd trust myself washing my car over a detail shop...you really don't know what methods they use and if the products are ph neutral or if the towels have been dropped and re-used.
I'd look into some premium products such as Adams Polishes and follow the detailed instructional videos on their site.
I've started using a leaf blower to dry my car. Microfibers and even chamois can get debri and small harmful particles that can introduce swirl marks to you paint
The leaf blower is basically a downsized version of the blowers at the car washes. Just make sure it's clean and doesn't have any rocks/dirt in the system so it doesn't blow on your car when powered up.
If you have one I'd give it a try after a wash...it helps prevent water spots too as the water beads up and floats away. Your car being brand new should have a decent layer of wax from the factory.
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