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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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