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Okay so today i bought a clay bar but i dont think i am using it right lol. Is it supposed to slide real easy? It came with a lube so I sprayed a lil on and it just glides all over the place. But when i didnt use a lot of lube it wouldnt slide at all. Is it supposed to be like this or any tips.

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use hte lube

Re: clay bar [Re: Peterkwon87] #190762 Jun 2, 7:06pm Jun 2, 7:06pm
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need lube and when you actually go over the paint, if it's contaminated, you will feel it and will feel it a little rough...depends how bad the paint got.


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make sure you use a lot of the lube it is gonna prevent damage to yoru paint. it will slide easy but will get easier


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Here is a link that has application instructions for Zanio's clay bar, they should be similar for your clay bar:

http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=Z-18

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Originally Posted by spyder00367
Okay so today i bought a clay bar but i dont think i am using it right lol. Is it supposed to slide real easy? It came with a lube so I sprayed a lil on and it just glides all over the place. But when i didnt use a lot of lube it wouldnt slide at all. Is it supposed to be like this or any tips.


did you buy the mothers stuff? the bar and the lube, that came with a little wax too?? i tired it on my spoiler and worked well, but i wasnt sure if i was doing it right, so just gave up... maybe some more details would help... billy dont you detail at your dads toyota? help us out a little more... are there any consequences if you do it wrong? and how many times should you roll the clay into its self before it goes bad, or per cleaning how many times should you roll the clay ("to have clean clay")

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just make sure you do it right.


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Re: clay bar [Re: VSGTS14] #190767 Jun 2, 7:51pm Jun 2, 7:51pm
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yes there are consquences if you dont use enuff lube then might as well welcome yourself to scratch city

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