Wash Your Car Like a Pro

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Washing Without Water
In some areas, water restrictions prohibit car washing and there are now car washing products to clean your car without water. In general, you will need a large supply of microfiber towels and you can really only clean a car that is not very dirty — cars with a lot of dirt buildup will still need to be rinsed to prevent damaging the paint. After an initial post-winter cleaning, if you maintain your ride with waterless car wash it should work pretty well. Waterless solutions get sprayed on and then gently toweled off without bearing down on the paint; dirt gets picked up by the towel, and a second towel buffs the remaining car wash off the paint. Once a towel has been used to wipe up dirt, a new portion of towel should be used for the next vehicle section.

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