Smooth As Silk…Here is your assignment. Take your hand and gently slide across the exterior surface of your vehicle. Test several areas…i.e. the hood, roof, trunk, or any side panels. How does it feel? It should be smooth as silk. If it has any texture feeling, roughness, or friction, it’s in need of decontamination. Clay Bar can help your vehicle’s exterior surface achieve that smooth-as-glass look and feel. Use car clay when traditional car washing cannot remove stubborn surface contaminants, such as bugs, bird droppings, and rail dust. Use clay bar on paint, glass and chrome.
When Is It Time To Clay Bar My Car?
After washing your car glide your fingers over the car’s paint. If the surface still feels rough or bumpy, it is a good time to clay bar your car.
Use clay bar on paint, glass and chrome.
How Do You Use Clay Bar? It’s Easy.
- After washing your car, cut or tear your clay into several pieces (about 1/3 size).
- Knead one piece of clay in your hand until flat. Store your unused clay between wax paper and return to box.
- Lubricate your car’s surface using clean soapy water or a quick detailing chemical.
- Gently glide your clay across the lubricated surface. As the clay becomes contaminated with dirt fold the clay to reveal a clean working surface. Apply more lubricant if the clay begins to stick to the car’s surface.
- Wipe the surface clean using a microfiber towel.
- Store your clay between household wax paper and return to the storage box.
WARNING: If you drop your clay use another piece.
How Does Clay Bar Work?
As clay glides across a lubricated surface it safely picks up and traps surface contaminants.
Clay Bar “Does Not” Do The Following:
- Remove scratches
- Remove swirl marks
- Remove paint
- Solve the world’s problems
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