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Old 08-12-2015, 09:47 AM   #21
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Thanks for the interest . It's like putting a clay bar in a blender! You'd use it by hand like a compound. Gently rub in cross hatch manor until smooth. It can leave staining which is easily removed by the next step, either micro finish or spider. I must say its a lot less messy than bar or cloth!
Sounds great, machine application or by hand?
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Old 08-12-2015, 09:58 AM   #22
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Sounds great, machine application or by hand?
For liquid clay, by hand.
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Tried this brand about 4 years ago bought the kit from the U.S there was a u.k site but it didnt look the same as the u.s one, shampoo was good never tried the liquid clay still sitting in the garage due to fear of using it lol
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Tried this brand about 4 years ago bought the kit from the U.S there was a u.k site but it didnt look the same as the u.s one, shampoo was good never tried the liquid clay still sitting in the garage due to fear of using it lol
The old imported GlareUK is no longer here (being underhand)! If you buy direct or via Glare-UK you'll get the genuine product
As to the Liquid-clay if it hasn't gone off give it a go! Just work gently, it may slightly discolour but it'll come back with professional polish
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