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    I've also used megs - make sure you use plenty of lube.
     
     

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    Do you use clay on your alloys too?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc69 View Post
    Do you use clay on your alloys too?
    Hi mate YES! Alloys, windows, absolutely great for removing all those impurities prior to polishing. Just use plenty of lube on paintwork and the bar itself and spend enough time on a section at a time until it feels as smooth as a smooth thing. Then Autoglym Super Resin Polish followed by your favourite wax and hey presto!!
    Remember NO PRESSURE on clay bar as you work so as not to risk marring the paint.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc69 View Post
    Do you use clay on your alloys too?
    When the clay bar is too dirty for your body panels , save it for windows and wheels. I personally wouldnt waste a new bit on wheels.
    Shiny Shiny Shiny!
     
     

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    Excellent, cheers guys
     
     

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    hi guys whats this clay bar ?..
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWM3EVO GT2 View Post
    hi guys whats this clay bar ?..
    Take a read at this cheif.. here
     
     

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