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Gyeon Jeremy
27-04-2013, 11:23 PM
As right surface preparation is crucial for every detailing process, we'd like to introduce our claybar.

Gyeon Q清 Clay is a mild to medium clay, suitable for every type of paint and surface. It easy removes tar, sap, overspray or other types of contamination, remaining at the same time safe for the paint.
As long as the claying process is done right, there is no risk of any marring or scratches.
The clay in itself is easy to part and kneed.

Q清 Clay biggest advantage is it's full chemical resistance. You can use it on every lube, shampoo or other cleaner available. We recommend claying with Q清 Iron - it's gel formula provides great lubricity. Moreover, you do two parts of the process at the same time and get the decontamination done faster and more thoroughly done.

Gyeon Q清 Clay is sold in a metal box, as a 100gram piece, of course with a printed manual!

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Nemegog
27-04-2013, 11:28 PM
It looks good, nice combo :thumb:

xJay1337
27-04-2013, 11:38 PM
So Iron is your Iron fallout remover?

The idea of using an Iron fallout remover WITH clay sounds great but smells..er..fishy..or is that eggy? Hehe.

Be intereted on price on the claybar in relation to other ones on the market.

cyanide69
27-04-2013, 11:48 PM
We recommend claying with Q清 Iron - it's gel formula provides great lubricity. Moreover, you do two parts of the process at the same time and get the decontamination done faster and more thoroughly done.


What a great idea Gyeon - kill two decon stages with one action. :thumb:

I'd highly recommend wearing nitrile gloves if claying with Q清 Iron.

cyanide69
27-04-2013, 11:54 PM
Be intereted on price on the claybar in relation to other ones on the market.

According to Gyeon website, the Q清 Clay is $12 which currently equates to 7.75 :thumb:

Gyeon Jeremy
28-04-2013, 08:58 AM
xJay1337 - Q清 Iron is our iron remover. Becouse it has a neutral pH and is very slippy, it can be easely used as a clay lube. Still, it has to be used in nitril gloves (it can dry out your skin) and only with chemical resistant clay bars, like Gyeon Q清 Clay.
Regarding smell - if you'd get back to SystemClenz review od the product, you'd see we've worked hard on that.

cyanide69 - that's exactly the idea - as nearly every car has both some iron-based and organic contamination, they can be removed with Q清 Iron and Q清 Clay at the same stage.

xJay1337
28-04-2013, 12:35 PM
According to Gyeon website, the Q清 Clay is $12 which currently equates to 7.75 :thumb:

Good price that!!

ph0
29-04-2013, 10:24 AM
Sounds good but there is one BUT. Does it react instantly? If used outdoors it would just dry out before even starting to react with iron particles, no?

Davemm
29-04-2013, 10:28 AM
The smell of the iron isnt anywhere near as strong as some other available. I wouldnt say it smells nice but there is much worse out there ;)

Gyeon Jeremy
29-04-2013, 12:26 PM
ph0 - well, Q清 Iron reacts fast, but it's rather a gel, so there remains plenty of time before it dryes out. Of course, you should work in a shady place - but that's nothing new. When used as a clay lube outdoors - simply spray it panel by panel.

sm81
02-05-2013, 08:32 PM
As long as the claying process is done right, there is no risk of any marring or scratches.


I think there would be ALWAYS some kind of risk when claying (orange peel/sticky paint issue etc...). IMO of course.

InTheLakes
11-06-2013, 10:40 AM
This clay bar is quite a decent size. What I particularly like is that it comes double wrapped. This leaves you a plastic sleeve to fold back over the clay bar once you've finished (extra freshness!). The tin is a nice touch too.
The bar itself is very firm (care needs to be taken, as always, to avoid marring).
It has good elasticity and is extremely grippy, no need for anything other than the lightest of pressure. All in all a great clay bar.

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Gyeon Robert
14-06-2013, 11:02 AM
InTheLakes, you could show it in action :buffer:

What we are proud about our claybar is: 1. It is safe even for soft paints, doesnt make scratches/marring if used properly. 2. In its fineness it is on the other hand incredibly effective, behaves like a strong, heavy claybar, but it is really delicate :argie: