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Old 03-10-2015, 07:17 PM   #1
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Have you guys ever heard of a product called nanoskin autoscrub towel or mitt? It's a prodouct that Autogeek claims it takes place of the traditional clay bar and does the exact same thing. But it takes a fraction of the time of tradional clay bar. Autogeek claims this one Nanoskin towel can be used over 80 times.

One does need to also buy a special solution that you fill up 1 ounce with a gallon of water. Thats used to dip that towel in a rub all over the paint.

Anyone heard of this stuff and its reviews? Does it really work. In all the deatiling forums and research I have done, I never heard anyone mention this product.

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I've seen things like that. Chemical Guys has stuff like that also... IMO just stick with normal clay, doesn't make you want to rush it.


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I've seen things like that. Chemical Guys has stuff like that also... IMO just stick with normal clay, doesn't make you want to rush it.


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Most definitely. I was only asking because I had someone today ask me why I was charging 30 dollars to clay bar a car. I told the potential customer that it would take me approximately 45-1 hr to complete a proper clay detail.

This potential customer said it shouldn't take me more than 15 minutes to clay bar a car with that towel one uses when washing the whole car. I never heard of clay bar a mid size car or any size car in 15 minutes.
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I have one and an Opti Clay towel. Both are great, but the nano skin is more convenient as it can be used still wet. I clay within 10 minutes now.
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I have one and an Opti Clay towel. Both are great, but the nano skin is more convenient as it can be used still wet. I clay within 10 minutes now.
Sir, thank you for the input. I actually ordered that nano skin mit from Chemical Guys. They have a similar version to the one from Auto Geek. I believe you can clay with this mit around 70 cars. I can clay while I wash and my understanding its just as effective as using the traditional clay method.

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Sir, thank you for the input. I actually ordered that nano skin mit from Chemical Guys. They have a similar version to the one from Auto Geek. I believe you can clay with this mit around 70 cars. I can clay while I wash and my understanding its just as effective as using the traditional clay method.

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Yep, just as effective. I think with good care of the mitt you could go in the 100s, just gotta clean them from time to time.
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Yep, just as effective. I think with good care of the mitt you could go in the 100s, just gotta clean them from time to time.
I like what I'm hearing. I have a side detailing business and charging $30 to 45 dollars if customer wants clay bar. I can clay car with that mit in like 15 minutes while washing the car. Just like you said. The kit from Chemical Guys is $70 and with just two customers I can make my money back and thousands more off of that mit.

In fact I have a customer this Wednesday that I'm detailing their car and its getting clay bar. Dude has three cars and wants all three detailed and clay. Ha ha. $170 for the detail.

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Hey Kona. I have been thinking about doing some kind of mobile detailing part time on the side. How has it worked out for you? Also let me know how that MIT works out.
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I like what I'm hearing. I have a side detailing business and charging $30 to 45 dollars if customer wants clay bar. I can clay car with that mit in like 15 minutes while washing the car. Just like you said. The kit from Chemical Guys is $70 and with just two customers I can make my money back and thousands more off of that mit.

In fact I have a customer this Wednesday that I'm detailing their car and its getting clay bar. Dude has three cars and wants all three detailed and clay. Ha ha. $170 for the detail.

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Congrats on starting the side business. I've been doing something similar. Mainly just relatives/friends with some referrals. I've charged about $25 extra for claying before. Call it "decontaminating their paint" and do the plastic baggy test with them (where you put your hand in a plastic bag and you can feel all the roughness of the paint) and they will be sold!
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Congrats on starting the side business. I've been doing something similar. Mainly just relatives/friends with some referrals. I've charged about $25 extra for claying before. Call it "decontaminating their paint" and do the plastic baggy test with them (where you put your hand in a plastic bag and you can feel all the roughness of the paint) and they will be sold!
Excellent tip sir. Thank you very very much. Paint decontamination! I like that. 😎! Thank you very much. The baggy test is a great idea.

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Hey Kona. I have been thinking about doing some kind of mobile detailing part time on the side. How has it worked out for you? Also let me know how that MIT works out.
Sir, I actually just started it up this week. I handed out business cards and a nice flyer to my local business in my town. The owner of a local pizza shop said right there he has three cars for me to detail. Which I'm doing one this Wednesday. I'm charging him $ 170 which includes the paint decontamination (clay bar, 😎). Its a mid size passenger car. Here is my flyer I made to have businesses post. I feel my prices are a bit on the low side but I'm new business and want to attract customers and like my work.

I'll also keep you posted about the mit and my feelings on it. It should be here tomorrow. The car I'm detailing is 19 years old and its the original paint. Ouch! This should be interesting too see what shine I can get from her. I'm not gonna lie , she is a bit rough. Ha ha ha. I'm going straight for compound. Meguiars Ultimate Compound to be exact. Lol

I take pictures before and after. Lol.

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Sir, I actually just started it up this week. I handed out business cards and a nice flyer to my local business in my town. The owner of a local pizza shop said right there he has three cars for me to detail. Which I'm doing one this Wednesday. I'm charging him $ 170 which includes the paint decontamination (clay bar, ). Its a mid size passenger car. Here is my flyer I made to have businesses post. I feel my prices are a bit on the low side but I'm new business and want to attract customers and like my work.

I'll also keep you posted about the mit and my feelings on it. It should be here tomorrow. The car I'm detailing is 19 years old and its the original paint. Ouch! This should be interesting too see what shine I can get from her. I'm not gonna lie , she is a bit rough. Ha ha ha. I'm going straight for compound. Meguiars Ultimate Compound to be exact. Lol

I take pictures before and after. Lol.

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Hey man, just to let you know, you probably shouldn't be using a cleaner / all in one wax without claying first. Reason being, without removing all those particles stuck in the paint first, when you're using the cleaner wax you're just rubbing all those into the paint even more and causing more swirls. It's not a HUGE deal but it's still something you should consider.
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Hey man, just to let you know, you probably shouldn't be using a cleaner / all in one wax without claying first. Reason being, without removing all those particles stuck in the paint first, when you're using the cleaner wax you're just rubbing all those into the paint even more and causing more swirls. It's not a HUGE deal but it's still something you should consider.
I actually never thought about that. Very good tip. Makes logical sense. I'm hoping I can get my customers to understand the importance of detail clay (full paint decontamination) when doing a detail.

I actually had a conversation with a gentleman today in person and he too details cars. As we got talking I asked him what percentage of his customers have him clay the car. This guy actually told me he has never used a clay bar on his customers vehicles.

I was shocked at his reply. I'm thinking to myself, how can someone detail cars, and not use detail clay? Especially if your detailing a car that is several years old, sits outside 24-7, never had a coat of wax or sealant on it and barley gets washed at that. There has to be crazy amounts of contaminants on the paint.

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I actually never thought about that. Very good tip. Makes logical sense. I'm hoping I can get my customers to understand the importance of detail clay (full paint decontamination) when doing a detail.

I actually had a conversation with a gentleman today in person and he too details cars. As we got talking I asked him what percentage of his customers have him clay the car. This guy actually told me he has never used a clay bar on his customers vehicles.

I was shocked at his reply. I'm thinking to myself, how can someone detail cars, and not use detail clay? Especially if your detailing a car that is several years old, sits outside 24-7, never had a coat of wax or sealant on it and barley gets washed at that. There has to be crazy amounts of contaminants on the paint.

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Yeah, a lot of older gentlemen don't use it because it wasn't a thing back when they were detailing cars. Now though, it's a very important step. I guess it kinda changed everything when it came out.
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Yeah, a lot of older gentlemen don't use it because it wasn't a thing back when they were detailing cars. Now though, it's a very important step. I guess it kinda changed everything when it came out.
He says he is familary with the clay bar but has never used it. I'm like really guy. That like a doctor of 2015 using medical procedures back from 50 years ago. Ha ha ha.

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Nice flyer. Definately something I'm looking into doing. I make decent money at my job but child support is gauging me so secondary income will help a lot. I think I might clay all cars that's why I'm so curious about that mitt.
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Nice flyer. Definately something I'm looking into doing. I make decent money at my job but child support is gauging me so secondary income will help a lot. I think I might clay all cars that's why I'm so curious about that mitt.
Thanks sir. I'm hoping it comes today the mitt and I'll keep you posted on my review of it. 😎

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Hey Kona did u use the mitt yet?
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Hey Kona did u use the mitt yet?
Actually, came a few days ago and used it just yesterday on a customers car. Absolutely fantastic this mitt is. I got the medium grade mitt and used Mr. Pink super suds wash. I also used my foam gun first to suds up the car.

The mitt left the paint smooth like glass and all while I washed the car. It took me around 15 minutes to wash and full decontaminate the cars paint and glass.

I got my mitt from Chemical guys and the kit was $70. It came with mitt, 16oz bottle of Mr. Pink and 16oz bottle of detail luber. The luber can be used with the mitt to clay if the soap wash is not used.

Highly recommend!

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Actually, came a few days ago and used it just yesterday on a customers car. Absolutely fantastic this mitt is. I got the medium grade mitt and used Mr. Pink super suds wash. I also used my foam gun first to suds up the car.

The mitt left the paint smooth like glass and all while I washed the car. It took me around 15 minutes to wash and full decontaminate the cars paint and glass.

I got my mitt from Chemical guys and the kit was $70. It came with mitt, 16oz bottle of Mr. Pink and 16oz bottle of detail luber. The luber can be used with the mitt to clay if the soap wash is not used.

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Thanks Kona! I just used the Chemical Guys waterless wash yesterday & loved it! I wanna try the CGs clay block next. I'm lucky there's a CGs retail store 5min away from my job!
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Thanks Kona! I just used the Chemical Guys waterless wash yesterday & loved it! I wanna try the CGs clay block next. I'm lucky there's a CGs retail store 5min away from my job!
Your so lucky. 😎

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Your so lucky. 😎

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Not when I wanna leave my paycheck there! Lmao.
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Not when I wanna leave my paycheck there! Lmao.
Ha ha ha. Its a detailing toy store

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Sir, I actually just started it up this week. I handed out business cards and a nice flyer to my local business in my town. The owner of a local pizza shop said right there he has three cars for me to detail. Which I'm doing one this Wednesday. I'm charging him $ 170 which includes the paint decontamination (clay bar, 😎). Its a mid size passenger car. Here is my flyer I made to have businesses post. I feel my prices are a bit on the low side but I'm new business and want to attract customers and like my work.

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Damn $80 for a glaze?

You straight hustling lmao
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I need my car detailed. You got an opening in middle August, on a Saturday?
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Damn $80 for a glaze?

You straight hustling lmao
Man, it takes almost 4 hours to put on. Ha ha ha. Its like putting on wax. Lol

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