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Old 05-11-2018, 11:42 PM
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Default A new way to "Claybar you Crossfire"

I read a post on Facebook on the Northwest Crossfire Owners Page on May 7th

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"Any of you who are planning to clay bar your car you might want to consider this.
I bought one and it is a lot easier to do than using standard claybars and it is a lot faster.
Just claybared my car tonight and it is smooth as glass"

I bought one of these and claybared my Roadster today with ease and the results were excellent !!
I highly recommend one of these for all of you who want the very best for your Crossfire detailing kit.


Get one here today on
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Old 05-12-2018, 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Valk View Post
I read a post on Facebook on the Northwest Crossfire Owners Page on May 7th

It read Quote:

"Any of you who are planning to clay bar your car you might want to consider this.
I bought one and it is a lot easier to do than using standard claybars and it is a lot faster.
Just claybared my car tonight and it is smooth as glass"

I bought one of these and claybared my Roadster today with ease and the results were excellent !!
I highly recommend one of these for all of you who want the very best for your Crossfire detailing kit.


Get one here today on
Amazon.Com

Haven't tried that Gary, but have been using "Nanoskin".
Unlike clay bar, you can drop this puppy and just rinse it off and keep a trukin.
Not cheap, around $90 for the kit.
Works just as well as clay bar too, I keep it in the trunk in a sealed freezer baggie.
https://www.nanoskinusa.com/products...nches-pad-fine
 
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Old 05-15-2018, 09:37 AM
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~ I have been using a clay bar mitt that is the easiest of all to use.
 
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Old 06-08-2018, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Valk View Post
I read a post on Facebook on the Northwest Crossfire Owners Page on May 7th

It read Quote:

"Any of you who are planning to clay bar your car you might want to consider this.
I bought one and it is a lot easier to do than using standard claybars and it is a lot faster.
Just claybared my car tonight and it is smooth as glass"

I bought one of these and claybared my Roadster today with ease and the results were excellent !!
I highly recommend one of these for all of you who want the very best for your Crossfire detailing kit.


Get one here today on
Amazon.Com

I also bought one of these but never used it. Washed the car early this morning and used the Mother's Speed Clay 2.0 on the hood & rooftop of my coupe. I'm amazed & very pleased with the ease of use with this detail tool. Results were amazing!! Doubt that I ever go back to using the typical clay bar again. Instructions state that the synthetic clay bar can be used during the washing of the vehicle as long as there is soap being applied to serve as the surface lubricant. Not sure I want to try that, since the ease of use with a detailing spray is excellent.
 

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