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    Re: Meguiar's Detailer RTU - Iron Removing Spray "Clay"

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    So do u need to even use clay then? I read u just spray wait a bit and wipe off ? Thanks
    Iron removers are designed to remove iron and not all above surface contaminants. Claying will be easier.

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    Re: Meguiar's Detailer RTU - Iron Removing Spray "Clay"

    I assume it says not compatible with consumer clay bay because it would dissolve it.

    Would it be compatible with synthetic clay pads, towels, mitts, etc?

    Such as the one that comes with G200200 Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit?

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    Re: Meguiar's Detailer RTU - Iron Removing Spray "Clay"

    Quote Originally Posted by vwite View Post
    I assume it says not compatible with consumer clay bay because it would dissolve it.

    Would it be compatible with synthetic clay pads, towels, mitts, etc?

    Such as the one that comes with G200200 Hybrid Ceramic Quik Clay Kit?
    Yes, Meguiar's Iron Removing Spray Clay can be used as a clay lubricant with the clay pad included in our Hybrid Ceramic Clay Quik Clay Kit. It can also be used with other brand synthetic clay pads, towels, mitts, etc., however, there is some risk in damaging your synthetic clay pad, as the lubricant can make it sticky. We recommend performing a test spot to make sure the the Iron Removing Spray Clay does not make the clay sticky.

    Personally, I find myself washing thoroughly, drying thoroughly, then using an iron decon product like Iron Removing Spray Clay, and not using it as a clay lubricant.
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    Re: Meguiar's Detailer RTU - Iron Removing Spray "Clay"

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Yes, Meguiar's Iron Removing Spray Clay can be used as a clay lubricant with the clay pad included in our Hybrid Ceramic Clay Quik Clay Kit. It can also be used with other brand synthetic clay pads, towels, mitts, etc., however, there is some risk in damaging your synthetic clay pad, as the lubricant can make it sticky. We recommend performing a test spot to make sure the the Iron Removing Spray Clay does not make the clay sticky.

    Personally, I find myself washing thoroughly, drying thoroughly, then using an iron decon product like Iron Removing Spray Clay, and not using it as a clay lubricant.
    Just an update, we no longer recommend using this product with our C2000 or C2100 Professional Detailing Clays. We discovered after launch there was an older batch of C2000/C2100 clay, that apparently was still fairly heavy in circulation, that when used with the product, it can make the clay degrade & fall apart. As a result, we no longer recommend using with any of Meguiar's traditional clay bars.

    Meguiar's Iron Removing Spray Clay can be used as a clay lubricant with the synthetic clay pad included in our Hybrid Ceramic Clay Quik Clay Kit. It can also be used with other brand synthetic clay pads, towels, mitts, etc., however, there is some risk in damaging your synthetic clay pad, as the lubricant can make it sticky. We recommend performing a test spot to make sure the the Iron Removing Spray Clay does not make the clay sticky.

    We think most users prefer to Wash, Dry, Use Iron Removing Spray Clay, Rinse, Dry, and then clay.
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