As a drying aid
We made Boss Gloss so it can also be used after a wash, to help dry your car as a “drying aid” with The Big Green Sucker microfibre drying towel (there is an article detailing this idea and procedure at the bottom of this article). Its hygroscopic nature means it helps suck and hold more water into the Big Green Sucker, as well as lubricate it so it glides better across the panels. Its best trick is how it helps any tiny water droplets dry from the car, leaving a nice spot free finish with a lovely boost of gloss there now to boot. We would never use the Big Green Sucker with out it.
It's pretty easy to use, by spraying a light mist of Boss Gloss 6 to 8 times on each side of the towel and then get into it. Spray a couple more sprays when you're half way through drying the car, only if you feel it needs it. Usually the first lot of sprays is more than enough to do the whole car!
Boss Gloss can also be used to dry your door jambs with a Dirty Deeds cloth. Simply spray 3-4 sprays of Boss Gloss into one of our Dirty Deeds microfibre cloths, and then dry the door jambs. This will leave a lovely, shiny finish and make them even easier to clean and dry next time you wash the car.