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Old 09-20-2007, 05:16 PM   #21
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Yeah, I never used to use glass cleaner much, never seemed to have a problem with dirty windows and Windex worked fine. But lately I've been having a lot of trouble. I wonder if my windows maybe have more tint or something than previous cars. Anyway it seems to smear and have streaks more easily. I bought the Advance stuff and it seemed to work great. Then several days later I noticed the streaks/smudging again. I used the Stoners last week, and so far it looks good.

As far as the clay, I've used it a few times. It doesn't seem to pull the contaminants quite as well as the Clay Magic I normally use, but the one time I used the Clay Magic it marred the crap out of my Bonneville. I'll probably get another bar since my current Clay Magic bar is about gone, and try it again. But otherwise the Sonus one is great.
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Yeah, I never used to use glass cleaner much, never seemed to have a problem with dirty windows and Windex worked fine. But lately I've been having a lot of trouble. I wonder if my windows maybe have more tint or something than previous cars. Anyway it seems to smear and have streaks more easily. I bought the Advance stuff and it seemed to work great. Then several days later I noticed the streaks/smudging again. I used the Stoners last week, and so far it looks good.

As far as the clay, I've used it a few times. It doesn't seem to pull the contaminants quite as well as the Clay Magic I normally use, but the one time I used the Clay Magic it marred the crap out of my Bonneville. I'll probably get another bar since my current Clay Magic bar is about gone, and try it again. But otherwise the Sonus one is great.
Well it is supposed to be a ultra fine clay. Its not supposed to be as "abrassive" which means it wouldn't pull contaminants as well. But I am sure you know that

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Yeah, that'* a given. I just hoped that being a "boutique" clay that it might be just as good at removing stuff yet not abrasive to the paint.
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