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Old 06-02-2008, 01:52 PM
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Quick question..

I used the Claybar from Meguiars ..looks awesome! But what should I put on after that? The kit just said to use the items in the box. It rained the other night after I used this, and I have some horrible water spots now.
Anyone want to help me out here? Thanks
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lol that rain killed my x too man.
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If you just clayed the surface, you have cleaned all contaminants and old wax from the paint. This is great but it leaves the surface vulnerable to the elements. Now it's time for good protection. Search this forum for soap, polish, and wax recommendations, and check out some of the good 'kits' that Detailer's Domain has made available. Don't wait long to get the wax on there.... get it done.
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If you just clayed the surface, you have cleaned all contaminants and old wax from the paint. This is great but it leaves the surface vulnerable to the elements. Now it's time for good protection. Search this forum for soap, polish, and wax recommendations, and check out some of the good 'kits' that Detailer's Domain has made available. Don't wait long to get the wax on there.... get it done.
You need to put some protection on it, you can go many ways, a glaze, sealant or a good quality wax. You may need to polish also if the water spots are bad.
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