This is by no means to start a fight so please don't take it that way but I'd disagree with the last part of this. The clean part I 100% agree with but if you talk to a good detailer there can be very large differences between cheap and more expensive microfiber towels. Just saying they are not all made equally.Ferinthul wrote: ↑Nov 11th, 2017 11:30 pmWhen professional detailers clean/dry car paint is always with new towels.
Keep in mind you only cause swirls when something harder than the paint is in contact with the paint.
To summarize, use new towels or only towels which have touched clean areas of the car to dry. Don't take a towel you dried/cleaned your wheels with to wash the car.
These towels won't cause swirls unless you do as above.
Having a black GM car, these rags will never touch the paint.