yep I also use turtle wax express shine spray on wax... I t works really good and when you do a little area at a tiem and dry it the spots go away.. it only takes me about 10 minutes to spray wax the entire car too
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No offense, but why not take the extra time to dry off your car by hand like previously stated? It only takes a couple of minutes and you can see any new imperfections or marks on your paint. Then use a simple spray wax if you don't have the time like also previously stated. Is 20 mins. tops from dry to end wax too much to ask?
well just wash your car in the shade, always early in the morning or in the evening when there is no direct sun, and no heat, this way you have a much longer time to dry your car before the spots appear.
what i do is dry the car first...then open all the doors, gas trunk and Hood wipe them down then slam it so the water comes out..also like blow on the cracks like the lining of the windows to blow the water out... The only thing i really hate is the water spots from the side view Mirrors!!!
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