We had our car detailed last week and noticed that the detailers used a blower to dry it off rather than towels... I talked to them about it and said there were a few models like what they had but recommended the larger HP version they bought if you were going to dry anything larger than a motorcycle. The nice thing in particular (especially for anyone with Black or a dark color), is that you don't have to use a towel to dry it after washing so reduce your chances of any swirl marks. He was also able to dry the car in only a few minutes vs. the amount of time it has taken me to do it with towels. It also helps with blowing out the mirrors, lugnuts, etc. so you won't have any drip marks occur after you drive where there was some hidden water. The model he had and what we ended up also buying is the MB3CD Air force Master Blaster 8-HP Dryer. You can buy it many places based on a search I did but we bought ours on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002SPCGC/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 So just thought I would post given I know many people here are concerned with keeping the paint looking good and preventing any swirl marks.