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Invitied a rep from Meguiars to stop by

not sure if he will or not, but the invitation stands

Hopefully he can provide some surface care thoughts and some technical expertise about keeping our vehicle up to that show car shine .....


Whether you are a real MEGUAIRS product fan like I am or you use the other guys products,

I am hoping Jeffrey can give us ALL some detailing tips !


so ..... Jeff ! - Did you make it here yet ?????




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i love Meguiars products .... thats about the only thing i use ...

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i love Meguiars products .... thats about the only thing i use ...
Me too...they perform the best and provide the best value...plus they keep my Dak looking like the day I drove it home from the dealer for the 1st time!!!


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Meguiar's actually keeps my Black Ram, looking better than the day I brought it home. GREAT STUFF!!

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My question to the Meguiar's rep is how to properly use a clay bar...I seem to be using mine with the spray solution and it scratches more than anything...


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Since your going to be re-waxing your truck anyhow...use a spray bottle with dish detergant and water. It gives the clay plenty of lube and doesn't cost much. The big thing (as already mentioned) with the clay bar is always turning and reshaping it. If you drop the clay on the ground or hit a spot with alot of dirt on it - Time to buy another clay.
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here is the guys email address

I guess you will have to send him your questions directly.

[email protected]

tell him we would appreciate his help here on DodgeTalk.com




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Since your going to be re-waxing your truck anyhow...use a spray bottle with dish detergant and water. It gives the clay plenty of lube and doesn't cost much. The big thing (as already mentioned) with the clay bar is always turning and reshaping it. If you drop the clay on the ground or hit a spot with alot of dirt on it - Time to buy another clay.
Thanks for the info! I never knew about using dishwashing detergent and water as a lube...that will surely save some money!


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By using a clay bar and Dawn detergent you will totally strip off all the old wax and all that other junk that is on your paint. Now it's time to apply the polish and wax. Just remember to keep turning that clay to avoid any scratches.


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