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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Nilz, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. Nilz
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    I have it.
    Its a bit harder than most other clays, but pre-soaking it in warm water makes it perfectly pliable. Bilt Hamber stuff on the whole is excellent. Used a fair bit of their stuff on my project restoration.
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    Hmmm sounds good, might have to invest considering its a bigger clay bar and its cheaper...and it can be used with water, is that right yea??
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    Just water is fine.
    I've used it right after washing car with standing water.
    It does sometimes grey the water which dries on the car but a quick wipe sorts that.
    The autobalm stuff they do is excellent as well. Fills swirls and scratches amazingly well. Quite durable. Contains cleaners as well, so even after claying you might notice the pad getting dirty while applying it.
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    Cheers Shug, will bear that in mind when having a go ;-)
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