What in the heck is a drying aid?! In recent years, a new product category has begun to emerge in the automotive detailing world. Products called “drying aids” are becoming more popular and are one of the most recent advancements in detailing technology.
What is a “drying aid”?
By definition (in detailing) a drying aid is a product that is applied and assists with the manual towel-drying process of a vehicle.
Where does a drying aid work best?
We suggest using a drying aid immediately after washing your vehicle, while it is still wet.
What are the benefits of using a drying aid?
Something important to understand is that any time you physically touch (fingers, hands, towels, mitts, dusters, cloths, etc.) your vehicle’s paint, you have the potential to scratch, swirl or mar the surface. Because of that, we want to lubricate whatever tool (wash mitt or drying towel in this case) as much as possible. You lubricate your wash mitt with soap & water during the wash process, and now you can lubricate your drying towel as you dry.
- Prevents water spots
- Provides a super high-gloss finish
- Seals paint & glass with a durable synthetic-coating
- Helps repel water & dust
How to use Evaporate?
Pro tip: Toss your dry towel inside the car on the driver’s seat to keep it out of the way and safe.
How frequently should I use a drying aid?
Because Evaporate contains some pretty advanced sealants, we suggest using it on every-other wash.
And that's it, an additional measure of protection to help prevent those dreaded swirl marks while drying your car!
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