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Old 06-05-2006   #31
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i think im gonna pay to have it clayed. im really good with the glaze, wax, and wash, just could not get the clay to work right.
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from my experience, i tried it the other weekend, and amazing! the claybar is great at removing ANYTHING on a car. to test the outcome rub your backhand on the paint before, do the clay works, wax, then rub again! and you will *feel the difference*. i did portions throught time to not wear myself out. i know you are not supposed to let the clay rub on dry paint, hint, the detailer is for!
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i used meg scratch-x and it gave me similar results on the parts i did. made it super smooth.
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Yeah, I have my car clayed and detailed every six months for $75. Well worth it to watch someone ELSE work. They come and wash the car every other week for $25.

I pay it because I A) have no time, B) am lazy, C) the car always looks NEW, and D) it's a business expense come tax time.

My 02 still looks like fresh off the lot. Inside and out. It even still has a little of that new car smell.... mmmmmmmm....

Always amazed at how smooth the car is after clay and wax. It's almost sensual...
Guess thats just the difference.
NO ONE, and I mean no one but me touches my civic
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tinman stop feeling up your car
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Hahaha! Oh god... she's soooo smoooth... oh... mmmm...
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i would never do that. the only thing i do is finger the edges of the paint when i have my hand resting on the door thing ha
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