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  1. claying and waxing in poor weather 
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    Hi,

    Car is filthy - I want to detail it. Got all the stuff - sonus clay bars (sfx ultra fine - car is pretty new), dodo lime prime juice and collinite wax. Trouble is, the weather forecast is for showers most of the week. Wish I had a garage!

    So, is it worth trying to do it in between showers, or just sit back and wait for maybe ONE decent day?

    I'm assuming that if I clay the car and then it rains before waxing this would not be good??

    Just hate going out in a dirty car, LOL

    Cheers.
     
     

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    I would just leave it for one fine day. That way, no interruptions and you can stage clean your car instead of wasting time washing it every time it rains...especially the sides where dirt splashes up.
     
     

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    defo wait fora dry day...overcast with no rain or sun is best..i had the same problm when trying too do my car..had the meguiars 3step system for 3weeks before i cleared out my bosses store and did it in ther..
     
     

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