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Re: Washing your car.
>Bubmeister gave pretty good advice in response to Jason's question about
>washing, and ther's not much room for improvement in his:
>> *Steps to a good car washing*
>> O.K. end of pontification. Good Luck, and *do* avoid those automatic car
>> washes, if you plan to keep the car.
>He's right, but I run the syncro thru the autowash anyway.
>'77 Feline Varmint, Felix, Gray
>'86 Carrera Cabriolet, Indischrot
>'87 Syncro (Stealth Quattro) Alpenweiss
This is all fine and dandy in the warmer climes, but up here where
the ground is covered in white and will stay that way till March
(or is it April or May, it's all beginning to look the same), my garden
hose is a frozen coil on the shelf in the garage, and my cars
are frosted with road salt. That no touch car wash with the cotton
towel drying is the least of the evils.
Interestingly, my dealer (Porshe/Audi) always drives any car in for
service through a car wash (also no touch) but the local Jag/BMW/
Range Rover dealer has a wash booth in his service bay