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    NOT HAPPY! Clay turned up, clayed the car, started looking great when the heavens opened. Teach me to be impatient! Not had a chance to polish and wax yet!!! LIFE CAN BE SO UNFAIR. On the upside it wasn't as difficult as I thought and really does clean it!

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    notice it pearling in the rain? was it as easy as I said?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisk318 View Post
    notice it pearling in the rain? was it as easy as I said?
    Yes I did notice and it was really easy! Got it from the link you sent me, it only cost £12! Well worth it, got some decent wax too, pics when it's done.

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    When it stops raining wash it again and just carry on the claying process from where you left off

    Glad your seeing the results of the labour

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    after claying and waxing my car, I've never been so chuffed with the results!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1319 View Post
    When it stops raining wash it again and just carry on the claying process from where you left off

    Glad your seeing the results of the labour

    Thanks for that, I was wondering what the best thing to do was. Let's hope the suns out and the Mrs goes shopping in the morning! Thanks again,

    Robbie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caterman View Post

    Not till it's done! I do however take your point!

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    The weather is unpredictable especially when you have new toys to play with. I hope to see some pics soon (weather permitting). Sorry couldn't resist.

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    So the clay picks up all the crud - what then. Can you clean it or do you just use a new bit?

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