Fast and easy drying
It's always important to remember when drying your car, that if the car is in the sun, you should be wetting the glass or panels periodically to avoid getting water spots.
When just used by itself, The Big Green Sucker is pretty damn good for drying your vehicle. But, you can make it even better... Just add Boss Gloss. This great technique is used by many professional detailers to make drying your vehicle easier than ever before. The idea is to use the Boss Gloss as a “drying aid”, by using the Boss Gloss's hygroscopic (it absorbs water) nature, helping attract and absorb the water into the fibres of The Big Green Sucker, hence cutting drying time as well as adding very important lubrication for further minimising errant dirt and grime ever scratching your paint. Also with this technique, the Boss Gloss gives an amazing shine to your paint as well.
The drying aid process:
Get The Big Green Sucker and drape it over your arm with the bulk of the towel hanging down. Spray 4-6 sprays of Boss Gloss straight into the towel. Flip the towel over and spray another 4-6 sprays on the other side. Now dry the vehicle like you normally would, starting with the glass, then working top to bottom.
If you've got a larger car or truck, you'll notice when the towel starts to get full of water, as it will feel heavy and start to smear the water. It’s just telling you that it's time to wring it out. Don’t worry though, as you can wring it out multiple times without effecting its ability to dry your vehicles' paint. The Big Green Sucker can even do multiple vehicles, one after the other. If you do wring the towel out after it’s become drenched, spray a few more sprays of Boss Gloss onto each side of the towel as previously mentioned and continue drying.