Start by cutting the clay into thirds. Do this so
you don’t use the whole bar for one use, plus if you drop it you’re not
wasting a whole bar.
Mold the clay by squeezing it in your hand, once it
becomes pliable roll it into a ball and flatten into a disc shape about
Spray a generous amount of ClayBar Shinola on a 3x3
Glide the clay back and forth over the wet area of
the paint using little to no pressure. If the clay sticks, add more
lubricant. As the clay goes over the paint you will feel and hear the clay
picking up the contaminates.
Keep going over the area until the clay glides
easily and you no longer feel or hear contaminates on the paint.
When the clay becomes dirty, fold it upon its self
and knead it until a clean surface appears. Also check the clay
periodically to make sure that you didn't pick up any large contaminates
that might scratch the paint.
Remove ClayBar Shinola with a microfiber towel and
move to the next section.
Use our ClayBar Shinola by itself for a fast
showroom shine to your auto.