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Old 03-20-2007, 09:58 PM   #11
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How do you like the Sonus clay? I thought about trying that.
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Actually that is my first one. I've just used the Clay Magic from the local parts store before, but thought I'd get this and not waste money on the lube. But it is smaller than I anticipated, so for the $8 price, I didn't save much. I'm hoping it works well because it'* the fine clay. It should be good for my car though, because the last time I used the Clay Magic bar it marred the crap out of the hood on my Bonneville. May have just been a bad batch though.
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yall are insane!

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Nah, it'* not insanity. If a car is going to be my second most expensive purchase costing multiple thousands of dollars, I'm going to try my best to keep it looking great.
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Or in my case, make my 10 year old screwed up paint look halfway decent.
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yall are insane!

why is your sponge and towels on the ground? are you trying to create scratches on your car??
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yall are insane!

why is your sponge and towels on the ground? are you trying to create scratches on your car??
sponge is way old and only used to wipe down the engine bay, and the towels need to be washed. I'm not that stupid. I had already used everything in this picture.
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Grimm,

A Navy Lieutenant was telling me the other day about the "Aerospace 303" product I see in your pic...where do you get that, and how do you like it?
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Nobody uses Lexol leather conditioner? Quite possibly the best I have ever used.
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Grimm,

A Navy Lieutenant was telling me the other day about the "Aerospace 303" product I see in your pic...where do you get that, and how do you like it?
I know you didn't ask me but I LOVE it. I use it on interior, trim, tires, plastic, under the hood, etc.

summit carries it.

Do a search around the forum for it. I think there are links and more reviews around
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