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Hi.

This clay recently cleaned up () when tested against all rivals in an Autoexpress megga test

It's cheap too and the soft version seems very appealing.

No special lube needed either - just add water

Anyone used it?

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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

used the original version and it does what it's suppose to do. No complaints from me.
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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

Aye! I thought I'd try it when my Meguiars kit runs out.


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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

I have used it ............... nice and easy and lovely finish.

I have some soft stuff to use soon and finish it all off with some collinite 476 wax ...............


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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

yes used it a few months ago on the red alfa and my Jag and Bike

Alfa= clay / collinite 476
Jag= Clay / Autobalm seal
V-rod= Clay / Autobalm seal

the clay is great mainly becuase there is no lube needed just water so you can get it done quicker and not worry if there's enough lube on the section your doing !

The Autobalm seal is also very good although not easy to work with like 476 so far both cars are holding up very well the the british weather !

gotta love 476 tho ! love this wax over any out there !

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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

Used it on my 156, very good and I've used a lot of different clays and it's right up there with the best. I paid £9.99 for mine which is superb value and it's not a small bar of clay either. It will be my only choice from now on.
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Re: Bilt Hamber autoclay

I've just ordered a bar of the soft clay

I've also ordered some "ultimate snow foam" as a pre-wash soaker

Can't wait for some decent weather to really give the cars a propper going over
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used the original version and it does what it's suppose to do. No complaints from me.
Same here!
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