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Making the decision to use clay

Old 02-11-2014
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Default Making the decision to use clay

In this article we will be discussing the practical applications of detailing clay bar. Today, over 90% of all factory finishes are clear coated, and thus, a need for detailing clay bar has risen. The clear coats, as beautiful as they are, can accumulate embedded contaminants. No amount of washing or polishing will remove these contaminants from your precious paint job, and once they are in, the only proven way to remove them is with detailing clay bars. A combination of the clay bar itself and a matching clay bar lubricant will ensure you that the job will go scratch-free.

What will clay remove?

A perfect driving record won’t save you form the numerous collisions your car makes every day with unavoidable airborne pollutants. These pollutants can be virtually anything, ranging from brake dust to industrial fallout and may contain damaging metal shavings. If these contaminants penetrate the clear coat, it is possible for them to oxidize and . Clay bars can prevent future corrosion by removing the harmful particles from your clear coat before they do serious paint damage.

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Old 03-12-2014
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Clay is 1 step of the preparation stage, it will thoroughly clean the surface, but will not correct nor protect the paint.
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