be the guinea pig, i like the ice detailer from turtle wax but ive never seen the claybar.
saw that at wal-mart tonight. im wondering if anyone has ever used it or would suggest it. i need to claybar my car but maybe this is an easier option. thoughts?[/b]
tell us how it works, hopefully itll work as well the regular claybar except a whole lot easier. By the way, how much was it??yeah i think im going to try it. perfect weather to wash the car now. maybe ill pick some up this weekend.[/b]
yaaa i saw it at walmart, i picked up a bottle and looked at it and was like weirddddd. I wouldve bought one but i already clayed and zainoed my car. Hope its easier and turns up with good results. GLpicked some up tonight. i probably wont be able to do this until the weekend but i will come back with a full report! this stuff is weird. its 3 seperate parts in the bottle, then you shake it up and its all one. im now really curious to see how this works. i also picked up a gallon of the "ice" car wash.
oh and this stuff was 13 bucks or so at wal-mart. so far that is the only place i have seen it. i was in checker this weekend and they did not carry it.[/b]
well thats what it is supposed to do, the clay bar isint supposed to make the paint brighter its supposed to take off the surface contaminents that are bonded on. then you are supposed to use a polish or a paint cleaner to brighten and make the paint more reflective just as you did. So if this liquid clay bar does both these steps in one and does just as good as job as the clay bar and polish then that would save me a bunch of time.last time i detailed the speed6 i started with meg cali clay bar, then used the meg's paint cleaner (step1, that z-z-fan mentioned), the results were worth the effort. the paint cleaner did much more than the clay bar. clay bar helped clean off some surface stuff, but the paint cleaner actually brightened and cleared the paint.[/b]