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Old 06-18-2017, 08:47 PM
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Has anyone used the AMMO paint protection method and washing? Seems very complex.
Yep....actually find it easy....at least once ton are used to it.....especially when just washing and drying

I have 3 cars with skin on them and 2 with reflex and skin.
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Old 06-18-2017, 10:44 PM
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I don't think there is a need to heat the air to dry effectively. High volume is better than lower volume air that's warmer especially in door jambs, panel gaps, engine and rear area. I use the largest Craftsman wet vac that detaches as a dedicated blower - just $125 and it has high speed as well as high volume without risking dry spotting and tripping breakers. Long waterproof cord, no hoses to contact the paint and nothing to drag around and inhale dirt off the floor. But it is loud and its - well - a Craftsman so it will likely not last very long. The point is never touch modern Ferrari paint with a dry towel unless you are a big fan of scratches.
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