1- Pressure washer
Use your pressure washer or the one at the car wash to rinse the vehicle completely.
Consists of spraying a foam that will encapsulate the debris and dirt, loosen them from the surface and cause them to fall to the ground (without contact). To do this, you can use a foam gun.
3- Wash your car
There are different methods to wash a car well but the most effective is the two buckets + one wash mitt method.
Each bucket (wash and rinse) must have a grit guard at the bottom, to retain debris and dirt at the bottom of the bucket.
Your car shampoo (or car soap) is both present to clean the surfaces, but also serves as a lubricant. This allows you to clean the surface of any remaining dirt, while avoiding damage to the surface as much as possible, by encapsulating the dirt.
4- To dry your vehicle
Drying towels (quality ones!) or a blower or both
The goal is to absorb or eliminate all water on surfaces and in small spaces like mirrors, bumper grills, fuel door, doorways, rims, etc.
The blower is sometimes less convenient, as it moves the water, but has the advantage of drying WITHOUT contact with the surfaces. The combination of the two is excellent.
When your car is well protected, it will be easier to dry during future washes, especially with a blower, because the water will leak from the surface.