Professional Polymer Detailing Clay
An advanced and modern detailing clay with professional results
What is it? Clay is an essential part of the mechanical decontamination process. Certain bonded contaminants are impossible to remove any other way, by using clay correctly you can easily dislodge the particles and absorb them into the clay bar. This process known as claying is essential if a vehicle is being machine polished or ceramic coated and forms a highly important part of the detailing process.
What's it made from?
The original inventor of the polymer detailing clay is Mr Tadao Kodate, a Japanese scientist who was looking for a safe way to remove contaminants from bodywork without using harsh chemicals or polishing compounds. The original clay bars were introduced in the early 1990s. Since then, technology has improved and what we offer now are synthetic clay bars made from polymer. These do not require heating up like the older organic clay, and also are much less abrasive.
What are the features? Polymer clay should be used in combination with some form of clay lubricant. this allows the clay to glide over the surface, minimising the risk of creating marring or any paint damage. We recommend making your own clay lubricant using 25ml Pure Shampoo and 475ml of warm water in a spray bottle. Clay can be used on glass, paintwork, and wheels.
How does it fit into the wash process? Clay is a decontamination product, so it should be used after pre-washing, contact washing, and chemical decontamination. This allows the prior products to do their job and allows you a fast and efficient way to clay your vehicle.
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