Originally Posted by rtjones
Picus, you suggest not drying the car after washing, and even suggest keeping it damp with the hose. Do you suggest this simply as a time-saving step, because you're then moving on to claying the car, and the car will become damp with the lubricant spray?
Hmm, but the last half of the car (or even more) will surely be dry by the time you get to claying it, especially on a new car. And then one runs the risk of water spots if the water isn't soft.
Can you elaborate a bit on your reason for this? Thank you.
If you're in the shade it shouldn't dry, especially if you keep it wet. I do do this as a time saving step, so if you want to dry go for it.