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salt the fries!
Dec 24, 2005
Hey have I mentioned yet that my license plate is "TOA5TER"? See, it's kyoot because it's a boxy car! ^_^

If you're into towel-drying, go with The Absorber. Works well (fast) and doesn't leave water spots. I do a final once-over and wheels/crevices with a nice microfiber though.

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salt the fries!
Dec 24, 2005
Hey have I mentioned yet that my license plate is "TOA5TER"? See, it's kyoot because it's a boxy car! ^_^

Frozen-Solid posted:

Instead, I just put $5 in the Shell gas station's automatic drive through car wash and get it done. Someone in another thread said doing that is bad. What's the best way to do a good wash every now and then given my circumstances? I'd love to be able to wash once or twice a month, but not having access to a hose kinda kills it.


The hose at my apartment is under a tree that loves to drop stuff. Great place to wash your car.

What I do is trade use of hose at some friends' house in exchange for a once-over of whichever car I displace from the driveway. I spend 10-20 minutes taking better care of their cars than they ever do, and get to spend some quality time with mine without worrying. Plus, they appreciate the bit I do, which is usually a wash and dry with a wheel scrub.

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