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    Hi
    Any tips on using a clay bar...I know its used after a wash and then the car is best washed after 'barring' it...
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    Have a look on this site matey - www.detailingworld.co.uk.

    The best on the net IMO.

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    Cheers AJA

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    Be prepared to spend lots of money, lol. What you thought was good enough for your car suddenly isn't!

    I clayed our 55 reg Sig the week we got it and there was <i>so</i> much rubbish on/in the paintwork. Felt much better after I'd done it though

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    Johny if you don't feel comfortable about claying you could use Megs Body Solvent (product code = D-13001) it may take a couple of applications but it will do the trick apart from the heavily soiled areas like just behind the wheel arches which will require to be clayed.

    The Body Solvent is £18 for 3.78lts.......for info with regard to a supplier drop me a PM

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