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  1. Car Care RSX
    Im thinking about using this Absorber (Shammy) towels, but open to other recommendations
  2. Car Care RSX
    So after washing my car and as I dry it, this happens to most of my towels and it only happens when I'm drying the hood. I've used clay bar on it today, and it still comes up. It doesn't happen on the other panels and those are repaints. The hood is OEM.
  3. Car Care RSX
    quick question, what is better to use to dry car, leather chamosis or microfiber drying cloth?
  4. Car Care RSX
    so i was just thinking of different ways i could dry my car with avoiding swirlies or other fine scratches. it seems like if you use a towel you are bound to get scratches to some extent. so i was thinkin... what if you just washed the car normally, hose the car down with no pressure so the...
  5. Car Care RSX
    So far I been using the: Remove nozzle to get a thin sheet of water + bathing towels. It worked decent....but still left watermarks. I finally forked out the money for the combo I always wanted.... California Jelly Blade to get rid of excess water and The Absorber to dab away the rest! Also...
  6. Car Care RSX
    Ok, I've heard many ways of drying the car, but can someone clarify and explain me this. With a microfibre, people said they dab the car clean with the microfibre towel rather than dragging it. Please explain what do you mean by dabbing? Like, you put the towel on the car and tap with your hard...
  7. Car Care RSX
    hey i was wondering what are the differences on a few things.... 1. to wash the car, whats better to use that will not create much swirls after... SHEEPSKIN washmitt or MF washmitt and whats bad about a SPONGE haha 2. when drying your car, whats the difference from using a MF towel and a plain...
  8. Car Care RSX
    From what I've read, most of you blot / pat dry your cars with microfibers and other products and I have tried it. It doesn't work out very well for me though since the car starts drying & spotting way too quickly and my big blue doesn't really absorb that well even after I hose the car down w/o...
  9. Car Care RSX
    ... you're wasting your life. I know, because I used to waste my time doing it too. But last weekend, I discovered the wonder of microfiber towels. I dried my wife's 4-door Accord and my Type-S and could've easily done two or three more cars before needing to let the towel dry. What's more...
  10. Car Care RSX
    I just got my license..and now i have to clean my new 05 nighthawk black rsx type s...i was wondering what soaps i should use to clean it with...and wut waxes and wut to do...and wut to use for drying...etc...
  11. Car Care RSX
    What do people use to dry their cars without scratching? The best method.
  12. Car Care RSX
    Hey, Just picked up a yellow shammy looking thing called "the absorber" today. Cost around 10 bucks and works wonders ---easy to use---convenient--lasts forever. Has anyone else used one of these before, also if you could give your opinion. :laughing:
  13. Car Care RSX
    Car Washing I use 2 methods that work great! 1st Method- This "used" to be my favorite method- "The 2 bucket Method" Using 2 buckets, one for "the suds" and one for "the rinse". Wet the entire vehicle washing away anything that can be removed with water pressure. Wash one section at a time...
  14. Car Care RSX
    i got this japanese drying towel that drys the car i think itz giving me some swirls or scratch marks do u guys think i should switch to something else? can it be the towel??
  15. Car Care RSX
    i got a question for you guys after im done washing my car and drying it completely even where the mirror connects to the car still in that area it drips down im wondering is there a way to dry there because everytime i dry it i'll take the car around the block for a spin and it still starts...
  16. Car Care RSX
    Same person that told me that other tip told me this: After washing car fill a bucket with warm water, not too hot just warm. Splash it on your car and the car is much easier to dry, and needs less drying...
  17. Car Care RSX
    Best way to dry your car.......chamois?? synthetic chamois?? terry towels?? microfibre towels?
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