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Old 10-04-2013, 08:56 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any tips on clay barring a car? Im thinking about washing, clay barring, and waxing my car tomorrow before winter comes and I've never done it before
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Does anyone have any tips on clay barring a car? Im thinking about washing, clay barring, and waxing my car tomorrow before winter comes and I've never done it before
Its not a 30 minute job so prepare for that...
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it's super simple if you really want a great way to learn check youtube and watch a video on it. mothers has an excellent video on the easy process. good luck post pictures when done. by the way I clay twice a year you'll really be surprised how much it changes the paint feel
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Clay as often as you change your oil. Treat your paint like you would your engine. Remember to kneed your clay when you notice it getting gritty/dirty and always keep the paint lubed up. If the clay starts to stick to the paint.......spray more detailer. Adams has some great videos,like this one.....

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