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Icon14 Meguiars clay bar kit

This works awesome!
Very simple to use, was very easy.
and now pics



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It can be a PITA sometimes but the result is awesome
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x2...love me some clay bar!
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Looks great
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Did you wax it after? I love that stuff
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yeah, kit comes with wax.

i highly recommend this to everyone!

from feeling my hood before and after i was like it was so smooth.
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Awesome man!

BTW what size are those wheels and the tires too?
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I think my paints too far gone for that. I used one and It really didn't do much. lol It did make it shine though!!
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I think my paints too far gone for that. I used one and It really didn't do much. lol It did make it shine though!!
It's never to late. Watch this video.

Clay Bar Part 1

If you're interested in detailing your entire truck you can watch all of the videos. There are 32 in all.
It's really about a 1 hr. infomercial for the products Adams sells.
I found them to be very informative. Many of the 32 videos are less than a min. long
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It's never to late. Watch this video.

Clay Bar Part 1

If you're interested in detailing your entire truck you can watch all of the videos. There are 32 in all.
It's really about a 1 hr. infomercial for the products Adams sells.
I found them to be very informative. Many of the 32 videos are less than a min. long
They're decent videos, but really not the most informative videos I have seen. The guy is a salesman and really doesnt seem very knowledgeable. Idk... maybe I'm just mislead and believe proper car detailing really is rocket science
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Yea he didn't do anything different than I did.
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wheels mickey Thompson classic II's are 16x8 tires are wrangler silent armour 245/70r16 i think
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Looks good! I used this stuff on my truck and I was amazed at how well it turned out when I was done. You should paint your valance, flares, and bedcaps black now. It will make the truck look even better.
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i know, i just dont have time. wanna drive up to MD and do it for me =]
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You know... I have family in annapolis and if I come up for christmas I might just have to do that for you LOL
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haha ok ill make room under the xmas tree for you. lol
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after using this and mothers clay bar kit, i have to admitt i thought the mothers kit gave better and longer results but both were huge improvement
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They're decent videos, but really not the most informative videos I have seen. The guy is a salesman and really doesnt seem very knowledgeable. Idk... maybe I'm just mislead and believe proper car detailing really is rocket science
I said the vids were pretty much an informercial. If you've seen better, I'd like to know about it/them. I can always use more info. Thanks.
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