The biggest tips that I think are the most important are:
(1) Don't be afraid to do your first claybar! It'* so easy, and so fast, that you could easily clay every time you wash your car. You'll be amazed at how easy it is, and that nobody ever told you to claybar your car before.
(2) But yeah, you're definitely going to want to wax it to protect that deeply cleaned paint, so plan time for that too. Fortunately Liquid Glass is fast and actually prefers direct sunlight.
(3) Divide your clay bar into at least 2 pieces before claying, because you *will* drop it eventually. (And don't use it once it'* hit pavement.)
(4) You kind of fold the clay over every few strikes to reveal fresher clay.
97 SE, teflon wiper blades, Dunlop Sport A-2 tires, Leather steering wheel cover, Pioneer DEH-P480MP mp3 CDRW head unit, Pioneer 12-disc changer, iPod hookup, Boston Acoustic 3 way 6x9'*, Boston acoustic separates in door pods, Alpine 4 channel amp in trunk. Magnaflow dual outlet muffler and Ractive stainless tips. Autozone rice pipe and K&N 4750 intake kit. Clear corner lights. Energy Suspension end links.