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    Claying boats?

    A friend of mine has a boat made of fibreglass so he sais...
    I have some meguiar's products for my car,
    can I use the clay bars on this boat?
    Or is there some other type of clay bar?

    Thanks

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    Re: Claying boats?

    Yes, you can clay the boat and use normal automotive detailing clay.

    You can actually clay anything that has a smooth surface, including a glass windshield, plastic headlights, a chrome bumper or stainless steel trim etc.

    Wash or wipe the boat clean and then feel the surface with your clean hand if you feel little bumps that's a sign of above surface bonded contaminants and claying should remove these things.

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