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Just spent a couple of hours this morning using megs clay bar kit and could not believe how much crap came off onto the clay anyway finished it all off with megs tech wax and the finish is fantastic. Sorry no pics but having probs with pc
 
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I'l keep my eyes out for a gleaming red beast mate

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Was it your first time claying? Easy to use?

I'm tempted to get a kit.
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These "kits" are worth a punt for a bit of light claying:

Meguiars Quik Clay Detailing System: Amazon.co.uk: Car & Motorbike


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I prefer the AG kit as the clay is softer & the lube is less gluey but Bilt Hamber soft clay is the best of the bunch IMHO & you can use it with soapy water
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Its a scary thing claying the first time. Glad you got it done and had a success. Trick is to keep folding otherwise its marrsville usa! Ive got the Megs stuff and have just bought the Zaino Z18 clay bars.
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Halfrauds do their own kit. Just as good as any I've used, and cheaper to boot..
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I found it very easy to use plus did not find the lube gluey at all. I would defo say give it a real good wax after as it looks proper good plus think its advised.
 
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Don't find Megs QD as a lube "gluey" at all. Have been using it for years.
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Don't find Megs QD as a lube "gluey" at all.
Neither do I. I always assumed it worked well for me because it's always cold up here. It appears I was wrong
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I prefer the AG kit as the clay is softer & the lube is less gluey but Bilt Hamber soft clay is the best of the bunch IMHO & you can use it with soapy water
And with a Brera, there's only about 1/3 the surface to cover.
 
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