Time to dry the ski now. As they usually have so many different areas water can hide in, we like to get a small portable air blower and use the air to force the water from these hidden areas. We also slowly/gradually open the different storage compartments around the ski to get the water out of those areas as well. Open them too fast and you will usually get a good amount of water ingress into the compartments, so open them slowly.
From here, we have a couple of ways you can dry your ski for a great finish. For the fastest way, use the Big Green Sucker drying towel and our Boss Gloss with it. 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 to further minimise the chance of ever scratching your paint. Also with this technique, the Boss Gloss gives an amazing shine to your paint as well.
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 ski working from the top to bottom.
You can also use our After Glow drying aid if you're after a perfect finish - it takes a little bit longer with the two Big Softie cloth technique in its directions, but the result is always pretty fantastic with a really great shine.