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can u go from air drying car after car wash to straight waxing

hi, i was wondering if u could just let ur car air dry its self and go to straight waxing, is this bad for u car or what???

I know it does leave water spots but can't u just wax over them.

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you'll definately be hindering your final result, and also you'll be putting yourself at unnecessary risk of swirl marks - those are the marks you referred to in your 'what do u use to buff' post.

You should just get yourself one of the many recommended products on this board and dry your car off properly.
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ya you really need to dry off your car otherwise in time you can start showing signs of rust, streaking, or other things that will hinder your paint. Just not a good idea take the extra 10 mins and dry it off.
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