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Old 05-28-2004, 07:11 AM
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And now back to the clay tips, hints etc...


When the detailing clay becomes somewhat soiled from using it on the paint surface, set it aside for use on glass surfaces only, then when it becomes very soiled use it on the wheel surfaces. After this cycling discard it (do not use clay on class or wheel surfaces and then paint as it will contaminate the paint surface)

If you drop the clay do not try to clean it, discard it or it may cause micro scratches in your paint film surface.
To avoid wasting detailer’s clay because you probably will drop it, place a towel on the ground under the area you're claying so the clay will fall onto the towel without picking up gravel etc.

~Hope this helps~

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