Originally Posted by Centerline
I've always been somewhat suspicious of clay bars. There's something about them that just doesn't pass my logic test. They say they pick up impurities from the paint surface but these "impurities" then somehow magically disappear and don't harm the paint as they are rubbed across the surface as you continue on with the clay bar process. Am I missing something with this?
"I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody." - Bill Cosby
Hey, I'm with you in theory. But, they do work VERY well. I was of the same belief with those California Car Dusters that EVERYONE seems to use at shows. But, let's try to keep this thread on track so I can make a decision. Thank you