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3 bucket method with grit guard. I wash the wheels first. I use Chemical Guys products and it works great for me.

I keep my car waxed so I don't use a water blade or anything like that. Use the water hose and sheet the water off the car. A couple quick and gentle wipes should take care of any standing water that's left after the sheeting process.
 

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You do not want to clay with water left on the car from a wash. Totally dry the car & use a quick detailer for a lubricant with the clay.
You can use a high lubricity car soap as lubricant as well. Wash your car under the shade and you can wash, clay and dry in one go.
 

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Plenty of detailers uses the high lubricant soap method. As long as the bucket you are using from is not contaminated, you will be fine. The goal is to provide lubricant to the surface and the paint surface will be fine with the right soap mixture.
 
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