Aaaahh cool, might try that soon.. Cheers man :thumbs_up:Claying all you do is lube up the area and were you are vlaying keep it lubed and rub/slide the clay back and forth
The clay its self removes tar and other contaminets a normal was doesnt clean
Ive cleaned mine before and its looked mint but the clay brings out loads of dirt
As for a snow foam only and clay i think would be ok but i wash also just so the clay dosent get filthy and just gets the niggly bits after
Well, the routine is as you said... Possibly start by soaking the lower part of the car with some degreaser/all purpose cleaner. Then rinse, followed by a 2 bucket wash with a lambswool mitt.what routine would you recommend to a beginner as regards to wash/polish/wax?
Apply the polish to the pad, and dab it around the area you are going to polish. Also, spritz the pad with some Pad Prime before starting.... Once you have applied a bit of polish, the pad will be constantly primed due to polish soaking in. So further applications of polish should be less.... Remember, spread/dab it around, and keep the pad flat, and speeds low until it's evenly spread.-Mat-,
How do you stop spatter when using a rotary polisher?
As mentioned above. You won't be able to really remove them, but you will have a better chance of "filling" them.what would be the best way to remove light swirl marks and slight scratches from the paint work without using a machine polisher
Clay removes bonded contaminents such as microscopic pieces of tar that tar remover may have missed, iron filings, tree sap etc.What does claying actually do ? I have never clayed my car or bike ever :/
Clay should be rubbed. Using plenty of lube, and doing about a square foot at a time.Should clay be rubbed or rolled across the paint work?
And Would a snow foam wash be enough for a quick clean, without getting the buckets out?
When you say regular wash, do you mean a two bucket job again or just a rinse?Finish this off with 2 coats of wax to ensure even coverage. Depending on the wax, and also the shampoo you use, the wax should stay durable for 3-6 months, and all you need to do is a regular wash and dry.