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Re: how to use that clay (nay Audi content)

Be very careful not to get a small rock in the clay!  I did, and you can
guess the results.  I do not use the clay stuff any more

Dave Puterbaugh
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From: Virtual Bob <h93young@creighton.edu>
To: Audi q-list <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 1998 11:51 AM
Subject: how to use that clay (nay Audi content)

>I just bought a cleaning clary from Griot's and was sort of playing with
>it. Now, how do ye who has using it use the clay? I've found there's only
>two states of matter: too much speed shine stuff and the clay is
>threatening to fly off of your hand, or not enough of that spray stuff and
>the clay sticks to the paint. There doesn't seem to be "just enough spray"
>sort of feel.
>And now my hands are embedded with yellow clay, which was b!tch to wash
>So how do I use the clay? In whole lump? In small piece (instruction say
>1/4 of whole clay)? Or as small as possble? And how do I apply that speed
>shine/lube stuff? Any good alternative to that speed shine spray? How do I
>know if the paint surface is clean/dirty? Is the clay suppose to pick up
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