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I've washed the Fiesta (hatchback) twice now and I got to say this little car has a lot of nooks and cranies to dry. I'm particular about drying everything (door jambs, hood jamb, under the deck lids, etc). Our 02 Tahoe is easier to dry. The Fiesta looks good though when its all done.:)
 

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I agree with you ... water collects everywhere and is hard to wipe it all up properly.

I find moving the car helps to drain the water from those cranies!!!;)
 

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The place that's goofy is inboard of the hatch. The bumper surface is lower on the inside, making a nice place to puddle.
 

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Just avoid using leaf blowers to dry things...or this could happen.
The one I use is electric. But that guy is dumb, the leaf blower isn't going to help dry a leather interior that much. But I do use a blower on certain cars. My boxy 1989 sedan is so much easier to wash and wax, new cars have moulding and curves, vents and spoilers.. too much work.
 
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