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Old 09-10-2010
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I use cheapo blue car wash from Walmart (Blue Coral I think). Keep it wet while washing, and pull it in the garage out of the sun to dry with a chamois. Works fine for me.
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That would be the ShamWow!
Exactly… used to use a Chamois but now the Sham-Wow thing is great.
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Plus the Vince guy on the commercials is awesome...lol
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