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Clay Lube

  1. Lubricant specifically made to assist a clay bar to glide over the surface it is being used on.

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Before you can jump into polishing, you first must fully prep the surface to achieve the best results. This tutorial by Todd Cooperider of Esoteric Auto Detail explains the steps, processes, and products required to prep a car for polishing. Also included are plenty of images.
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