Assuming the surfaces you use it on are 100% clean you should be fine. However, if there is any dust, dirt, debris, etc. in the towel, the next time you go to dry with it you may cause you to reintroduce the contaminants to your paint surface.
I would act differently personnally :
2) Wash the wheels with a specific bucket for it ( always )
4) Foam canon
6) Wash the car ( 2 buckets technique )
9) Iron X on the car
11) Dry with towels and for the wheels and small places : master blaster sidekick
12) apply 3 protections for winter : Glaze + Sealant + Wax
ps: you need a kneel pad ;-)
Inside the car the girl looks like Debra Morgan ( dexter's sister )
+Alex Perez We have lots of videos all about washing, polishing, etc. that go much more in-depth, such as our "Details With Levi" series.
But based on your comment I'm going to guess you may not be familiar with our channel, and that's okay!
This series called "WASHWEDNESDAY" is geared more towards "car people" and is intended to be more fun and lighthearted than our other more "specialized" videos.
The whole point of this series is to show fun owners with cool cars washing their rides and then going for a spin at the end.
The products are clearly shown, but we also don't want the "process to overshadow the people" in this particular series.
If you're looking for "more informative" videos from us, then take a look at our channel and explore our playlists.
We actually have an entire talk show series called DETALKS that chats in detail with people from all over the industry about various detailing products and topics.
Thanks for watching!
+JP Details Haha I think you mean the Cyclone Mitt-- the Cyclone is made using a 70:30 blend microfiber while the MM is a different composition.
And yes they should be available in the U.K., have a look at http://www.theragcompany.shop which is our main European distributor