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#58441
claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 15
Is claybar any good ?
Also any tips on using it
Greatly appreciated ta
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#58442
Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 94
Yip,

Just spray on some quick detailer and run the clay over it. Follow the instructions on the back.

Just don't drop it or you will have to throw it out.

It will take ages and you will be sick to the back teeth of cleaning the car. Then you have to clean the car again then, polish then wax. If you do it right the paint work will feel like glass.
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Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 15
Cheers harper
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#58446
Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 129
Here you go when i had mt car detailing business i used this clay bar all day long best in the business for what you will need it for and as Harper said dont let it touch the ground

www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/meguiar...html#aMasterMGMC0000
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#58456
Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 80
do it its 100 precent worth it
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#58457
Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 106
x3 I used the Autoglym claybar kit but I'm sure the Meg one sean linked is better.

Quick tip is to cut a piece of the claybar and use that so if you drop it on the ground your not minus an entire claybar. Also the claylube I used demonshine dilutted after mine ran out - think it was 2.30 for 2 litres in Tesco ages ago I picked up 5 bottles of the stuff
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Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 15
eringobragh wrote:
x3 I used the Autoglym claybar kit but I'm sure the Meg one sean linked is better.

Quick tip is to cut a piece of the claybar and use that so if you drop it on the ground your not minus an entire claybar. Also the claylube I used demonshine dilutted after mine ran out - think it was 2.30 for 2 litres in Tesco ages ago I picked up 5 bottles of the stuff


Thanks lads. . And erin im wit ya on the demon shine ive a shed
Full of it thanks to tesco just sorry I didn't buy
As much car shampoo too while it was on special
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Re: claybar? 4 Years ago Karma: 15
eringobragh wrote:
x3 I used the Autoglym claybar kit but I'm sure the Meg one sean linked is better.

Quick tip is to cut a piece of the claybar and use that so if you drop it on the ground your not minus an entire claybar. Also the claylube I used demonshine dilutted after mine ran out - think it was 2.30 for 2 litres in Tesco ages ago I picked up 5 bottles of the stuff


Thanks lads. . And erin im wit ya on the demon shine ive a shed
Full of it thanks to tesco just sorry I didn't buy
As much car shampoo too while it was on special
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#59071
Re: claybar? 3 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 12
Id never heard of this stuff before this thread was started but decided to buy some after the positive replies by some of the lads.

Really does work. Even when the car was clean, you could run you hand over the paint and it felt gritty-now its smooth as glass.

Pain in the ass though. Took over 3 hours. Wash car-claybar-wash car again-then dry it and finally wax it -Im wrecked
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Re: claybar? 3 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 106
...kc+1 - its tough work with the overall finish is worth it.
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