What Makes This Product Unique?
Many people simply use a detailing spray or final finish type product (or even water!) as a clay lubricant. While some of these products are slippery, that’s all they do - they reduce friction between the clay bar and the surface. This is an important part of the claying process but it means that the clay bar itself is doing all of the work. What if the lubricant could help somehow?
It can. Clay Spray’s unique formula is not only incredibly slippery but it includes surfactants which help break up and loosen the tiny particles the clay bar is designed to remove. This means that the clay bar will work more effectively and when you polish your car you can have an even smoother surface to work with.
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It is reccomended to begin with a freshly washed exterior surface. Shake Clay Spray well. Spray a light, even mist onto a two-foot square area. Gently rub the Clay Bar back and forth, until it glides freely over the surface. Add more Clay Spray if needed. Wipe off residue and move on to the next section. Do not apply in direct sunlight or to a hot surface.
For maximum results, be sure to wash your vehicle before claying in order to remove larger debris.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.