Friday, June 26, 2009
Some of our readers have asked about claybarring. This is one of the easiest and most important first steps in giving your pride and joy a beautiful shine. Naturally, you would follow the clay bar procedure with your polishing and waxing processes. We'll talk aobut those in a future post.
From experience, I can tell you the most important part is to use ample wetting agent to prevent the clay from sticking to the paint. It won't cause any damage if this happens but makes it a bit difficult to get it loose. Not a bit deal, but easily prevented.
Posted by Michael at 12:05 AM