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    rite as the sun is starting to show more lol i think its prob time to give my meg a going over and poss get 1 of them dent popers of ebay and have a go with it to try and get the odd dent that the goons have left when its been in shopping center carparks any ways i know i will need lube of some sort no ky jokes now lads lol so i got the said items in the picture for the big price of £2 just to start the ball rolling so to speak lol it this claybar any good

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ValetPro-Detai...item230f5a832a





    and here is what i got for £2





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    Bilt hamber. Only needs water as a lube. Don't buy anything else, BH is a 200g bar as well. Its no contest IMO.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Bilt-Hamber-Re...1#ht_500wt_949

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    as said above, get the bilt hamber. its a no brainer, i recently got some for my full machine detail next week, but there is 2 types, soft and hard i think, if you haven't clayed the megane before then you'll need the harder sort which i think is the bluey/purpley colour (i'm colour blind so can't tell )

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    I would get the hard one in warmer weather too.

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    so bilt hamber it is saves on buying lube when bilt uses water,

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasArab View Post
    Bilt hamber. Only needs water as a lube. Don't buy anything else, BH is a 200g bar as well. Its no contest IMO.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Bilt-Hamber-Re...1#ht_500wt_949
    Just bought one - cheers for the linky

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    have to agree with Dasrab, Bilt Hamber is brilliant,great on the glass aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoochydady View Post
    so bilt hamber it is saves on buying lube when bilt uses water,
    You know for me its not so much the fact you don't need to buy lube for it, ok it probably is that reason, lol, its the fact that imagine half way through you run out of lube what you gonna do?
    For the guys buying it remember to cut it into 4 pieces when you get it, and also if its your first time using it please remember if you drop it, Bin It, under no circumstances be tempted to use it again. Also as shb1988 says its Regular the first time you clay your car and the next time, if you want, change to Soft although its not strictly necessary. Soft it also easier to use in the colder months too.
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    Just bought one - cheers for the linky
    No problem

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