Clay Cleaning bars

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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

Post by Archer63 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:55 pm

[quote="jill_33"]Hi,

I realise what I use is a lot more expensive than the clay bar on ebay , but well worth it . I have been using "Mothers Claybars" for ages and they are fantastic.

I used to use Maguires Clay Bar but the Mothers is far superior, last ages.

Jill[/quote

Sounds good to me !!

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Rob
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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

Post by masterplumber » Fri Dec 02, 2016 7:23 pm

The son in law removed this with Clay Bar and elbow grease.
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Not sure of the brand but as a real car enthusiast, it won't be a cheap fleabay one.

Unfortunately, it didn't remove the slight dent.

Not even sure what caused it. Push Bike perhaps. Happened while parked.

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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

Post by Archer63 » Fri Dec 02, 2016 7:29 pm

Didn't think about clay bars in that regard Gerry....not sure why.
Might start dropping some hints for Xmas 8-)
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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

Post by rat3het » Sat Dec 03, 2016 2:17 pm

can I assume these clay bars are a very fine abrasive

I had a mate , a plumber , who used to use Gumption to clean his ute

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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

Post by Archer63 » Sat Dec 03, 2016 3:58 pm

Not sure about that....I thought they were only meant to gently wipe over the clear coat...pulling out contaminants...thereby leaving a nice ultra smooth surface.

I would be careful about rubbing anything like that in.
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Re: Clay Cleaning bars

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