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Old 05-04-2007, 06:28 PM   #1
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I used clay bar for the first time today, and i have to say i am highly impressed! I was skeptical at first but after using it i am amazed!
Thanks BC for letting me know about this stuff! Woo Hoo
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Oh yeah, the clay bar is worth the money. It'll take years of embedded dirt off paint.
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Yeah i was amazed at how well it worked the first time i used it, always found myself rubing the paint when i had my are out the window, feeling how nice and smooth it was
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Be careful though. Now you just might end up wanting to get a polisher and some compound and polish. I just love the smooth feel of polished/waxed paint. Then it becomes an addiction.
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Be careful though. Now you just might end up wanting to get a polisher and some compound and polish. I just love the smooth feel of polished/waxed paint. Then it becomes an addiction.
QFT. If I can throw a towel at my hood, and it sticks, i'm unhappy...
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Be careful though. Now you just might end up wanting to get a polisher and some compound and polish. I just love the smooth feel of polished/waxed paint. Then it becomes an addiction.
QFT. If I can throw a towel at my hood, and it sticks, i'm unhappy...
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It better be a MF towel though
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It better be a MF towel though
One of the oh, 15 or so I own? Maybe... God I target
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Autopia is a bad influence...
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