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Old 08-09-2011, 04:01 PM
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Try the mr. clean auto dry, I haven't used it in forever (don't know what box it is in now that I've moved) but it worked great....it screws on the end of the hose and has a filter and you just rinse the truck with it after the wash and it dries without spots. Obviously it's not perfect, but leaves the paint about 95% spot free, and helps to keep it from spotting a little bit to like if it rains through the next few days...it was only like $20, and a filter is good for several washes...

I don't know on the above product....looks like you could get the same effect from a leaf blower...
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