Mothers clay bar system

camarochevy1970

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Jan 23, 2003
8,166
Pittsburgh, PA
The advantage to mothers, and a lot of the other big names is that you can just walk into a local parts store and buy it. Sometimes it is just more convenient to walk iun a grab something so you can work on your car that day
 

Rand

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Jun 15, 2007
171
Illinois
2nd gen man said:
very nice cars..
71camaro383,and Rand...
i've used liquid glass for many years....
never tryed the clay bar system,,,


Thanks...

Yeah if you have an older paint job especially, you should try the clay bar. Takes all the gritty out of the paint!!

I do sections of the car at a time, first the top...then once I got it cleaned good, put on the Liquid Glass. Then on to the next section...
:bowtie:
 

bygblok

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Nov 28, 2010
780
Pensacola Florida
I tried Mother's for the first time a month or so ago on my car and was truly amazed how easy the clay bar is to use and how slick the paint was when I finished it. I waxed it up with Meguires red cleaner wax when I was finished and it was like new paint all over again!!
 

camarochevy1970

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Jan 23, 2003
8,166
Pittsburgh, PA
Lucy and Linus said:
If I work hard, how long should I expect it to take me to wash, clay, wash, wax?

Thanks,
Dave

Depends really, claying takes about as long, maybe a touch longer then a wax job, but for me that is probably 3 hours or so
 

John Wright

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Aug 9, 2002
15,444
Rustburg, Va
2nd gen man said:
very nice cars..
71camaro383,and Rand...
i've used liquid glass for many years....
never tryed the clay bar system,,,
Love the liquid glass!..been using it for a long time...I also like the Mequire's line of stuff
 




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