Washing your ride can’t get all of the deep dirt and contaminants out of your finish. That’s why you need detailing clay—it literally pulls imbedded particles out of your topcoat, giving your paint extreme clarity.
Detailing clay usually comes in a set with a clay bar and lubricant spray. The process works like this: spray the afflicted area with the lubricant and rub as directed with a small, flattened piece of the clay bar. Be sure to use plenty of spray on each area—this makes using the clay much easier. As you rub the surface, the clay pulls imbedded particles out of the paint, leaving your finish completely free of dirt and contaminants. Have a look at the underside when you’re done—it’s appetizing!
Be careful to follow the directions included with a clay bar and lubricant exactly. These tools were once confined to the hands of expert detailers only, and for a good reason. Using a clay bar incorrectly can result in damage, especially if used without enough of the supplied lubricant. If you do it right, though, the results can be stunningTags: car wash, services