My bonne had more spider webs on it after I switched to the water blade. I've used it on my new car now because I haven't polished it by machine yet... Not sure what I'm going to do, regardless, they must be CLEAN when using, and you must have a clean surface to dry. Even on a car that'* never been claybared, and still has heavy deposits, you're not getting them all off on a wash and therefore dragging them around the car.
Huge microfibre towels are great for drying, just make sure they're clean. The Sheeting tip is spot on (well, off). Don't buy the cheapest ones you can find at the local car store however...
A good wax/sealant should sheet damn near all the water off the sides of the car as well. The hood/roof/trunk wont as much because they're level.
'06 Vee Dub GTI 2 door Tornado Red
- 2.0 Turbocharged, Intercooled, Direct Injected, 6 Speed DSG, Underbody Aero, 17" Classix
- Moonroof, Bi-Xenon headlamps, Interlagos Plaid Sport Seats, 6 Disc In-dash, iPod integration, GTI Monster Mats (winter)
'93 Bonneville SE Purple Pearl H4U package - picked up June 23, 2003, Traded-in June 28, 2007...