Chance are that if you are reading this it's because you're about to wash your car and want to know how to dry it properly. Well, if that's correct then you're in the right place. Do you dry your car with a bath towel? Usually when people wash their cars on their own, they tend to dry their car with a bath towel. What people don't realize is that this kind of towel can scratch the paint on your car. They cause micro scratching. These kinds of scratches tend to get worse over time and they will make your paint look old and hazy. Not only will these bath towels damage your paint, they won't even dry your car properly. Usually you have to use multiple bath towels and that won't even do much. What you want to do is get yourself a professional auto detailing drying towel.
There are all kinds of professional auto detailing towels, but the most effective ones are the twist loop microfiber towels. A brand I personally recommend is Auto Fiber. These towels are the best for drying a car as they can dry a whole car by themselves and they won't scratch your car because they are made of softer material. If you want to take your car drying a step further, you can also use something like a drying aid. For example, a spray wax or a quick detailer which you can get at your local auto parts store. You would spray the panel with your drying aid and then dry the panel. This drying aid will help dry the car quicker and provide lubrication to minimize scratching if there was any dirt left on the paint from the washing process. All in All these steps should help you get a nice, dry car with some good added shine.