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    Ok so i have some of the megs clay kit but it does not seem "strong" enough to remove all of the contamination.

    i recently bought THIS. Will this do it - before I try it or is it not aggressive enough?

    Any ideas/suggestions?
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    the harsher the clay the more chance of marring.

    ppl who use harsh clays accept marring to a certain degree because they will then polish it out.

    just make sure you keep it very wet and keep turing it over to a new piece often.

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    It will be afterwards. Just need something to remove all the crap!
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    the strong bar from Mark is really good. the BH i found was not up to much

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    I haven't tried it yet but as long as its as good as the megs stuff in the kit it will do fine.

    Any links to Marks bar?
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    I use both the Soft and Reg BH clay. The Reg has to be kept warm so a glass of warm water to keep the clay in is always a bonus. It says dont use a lube but I still use some LT. Its a huge bar by the way so its going to last you at least a couple of years. Would I buy again.........yes and at that price its a no brainer for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    I use both the Soft and Reg BH clay. The Reg has to be kept warm so a glass of warm water to keep the clay in is always a bonus. It says dont use a lube but I still use some LT. Its a huge bar by the way so its going to last you at least a couple of years. Would I buy again.........yes and at that price its a no brainer for me.
    Thanks for the tips

    Thanks, i'll try my BH and see how it goes
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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