Meguairs quick clay set for £10.72  using code 35% off @ Eurocarparts
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Meguairs quick clay set for £10.72 using code 35% off @ Eurocarparts

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Found 12th Dec 2017
Meguairs quick clay set cheapest around only 10.72£ using code savoo35 or glow35 (the set is 20£ RRP and normally on offer for 15.99 £ ) . Set includes clay bar and clay lube quick detailer . I always clay bar my car before polishing and waxing as it removes contaminations on the paint that normal washing doesn’t remove . I broke the clay bar in two so I did my hatchback twice .
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Just ordered, thanks for sharing
It is only 50g clay. For a few quids more, you can buy 200g from Bilt hamber and you can use water as a lube.
Val20151 m ago

It is only 50g clay. For a few quids more, you can buy 200g from Bilt …It is only 50g clay. For a few quids more, you can buy 200g from Bilt hamber and you can use water as a lube.



I find that baby oil works better
Just a quick word of advice for anyone using clay bar for the first time, lots of detailer spray (or light soapy water/Demon Shine in a spray bottle works fine too). Never let the bar go dry, or you will burn the paint work.

Oh, and washing up liquid is perfect for pre-washing your car before claying too, as you don't want any wax based washes if you're claying.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 12th Dec 2017
Dekard972 h, 46 m ago

Just a quick word of advice for anyone using clay bar for the first time, …Just a quick word of advice for anyone using clay bar for the first time, lots of detailer spray (or light soapy water/Demon Shine in a spray bottle works fine too). Never let the bar go dry, or you will burn the paint work.Oh, and washing up liquid is perfect for pre-washing your car before claying too, as you don't want any wax based washes if you're claying.


Don’t use washing up liquid... it creates a film over the car making it look like you’ve stripped wax/there is no wax.

Just a normal car shampoo will be fine as you’ll be stripping any wax away with the clay bar anyway.
dizla2 h, 58 m ago

Don’t use washing up liquid... it creates a film over the car making it l …Don’t use washing up liquid... it creates a film over the car making it look like you’ve stripped wax/there is no wax.Just a normal car shampoo will be fine as you’ll be stripping any wax away with the clay bar anyway.


Nonsense. What is this 'film' you talk about from washing up liquid? I've been detailing cars for years, I literally have thousands of pounds worth of products, and in my entire experience with it, I've never once heard that washing up liquid contains something that creates a 'film' on car bodywork (or dishes for that matter!). It's perfect for prepping body work for claying, polishing, and waxing.

Also, how do you know there is no wax on a car? Nearly all generic car washing shampoos contain additives that can create a build up over time. The idea is to give you a little extra shine and/or protection between washes. And that's not to say that you haven't used any other wax/polish car products specifically to create a wax barrier on the car.
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You can use washing up liquid before clay it’s fine but once u clay , polish and wax your car people don’t recommend it for regular washing as it too abrasive and might strip your wax that you’ve just applied .
Edited by: "Kaku192" 13th Dec 2017
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