That was my hypothesis, but then again, I did not want to do an extra step if I did not have too. That means I have to take a bucket of dish soap to the car wash…DJPoop said:Wash the car with dishwashing detergent before claying, in order to strip off the old wax. The bennefit of removing the wax is that it acts as a layer in between the paint and the clay. You need to remove that layer before actually getting to the paint.
I bought the Mother's, and for my best results, I am going to wash it with dawn soap, since you have to wash it anyhow...thomasfl said:the clay will remove your wax don't worry, just wash and then clay. Meguiar's makes good prodcuts, especially the Mirror Glaze line, but that clay isn't that great, for a consumer clay I prefer the Mothers or Claymagic over that one.
:lol:xjayx300 v2.5 said:My car is now nice and shiney...
I used the clay bar, and added 4-coats of Zaino, and fought with the lil lady the rest of the time, because she was bitching that I should treat her and spend more time with her like my car... :crazy: