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  • Clay Barring car with a Machine ?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FaREbni4nA

    Does anyone on here clay bar with machine attachment ? Never seen it recommended before.........

  • #2
    IMO doing it by hand is far superior, you can feel what's rough and when you have collected the contaminates and what panels are contaminant free etc. it also allows you to go over the panels edges, angles etc
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    • #3
      omg how lazy can you get - seriously. Claying by hand is so easy and probably one of the most rewarding aspect of detailing as you literally feel the bar removing contaminants. Claying by hand also gives u better feel of worse affected areas and areas that might be running short on lube. Doubt you feel that with RO
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      • #4
        Most of his techniques seem lazy, or he been doing it for ages and became careless. My observations are from an amateur by the way hehe.

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        • #5
          Doesnt Collonite need to cure before buffing it off???
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          • #6
            overkill

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            • #7
              Have seen this attachment once before. As stated above it's much more satisfying doing it by hand particularly if the surface is contaminated. You start off with that sandpaper feeling then it all smooths out and you know you have got it right.

              But do love the radio station in the background, and he must be a professional....he is wearing gloves!
              When is the next track day?

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              • #8
                Some detailers will polish their knob with a DA if they got half a chance.

                This is just another example where doing things by hand is actually far more effective.

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                • #9
                  I don't see the point in it. Among the many things already pointed out, you'd have to keep taking the clay out to re-knead it anyway....

                  Assuming of course he bothers to re-knead.....


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                  • #10
                    Just wow.

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                    • #11
                      It might be worth while in some instances though, like if the paint is totally farked with debris and you don't have 1.5 hours to clay the whole car.

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                      • #12
                        I would have thought that once that clay had a decent amount of crap in it, you would be just be scratching the shjt out of the paint... 8O
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