Maximize Your Performance And Your Car’s With Claybar
When you’re driving in your car, how does it feel to you? Do you enjoy the way it handles, the way it looks and feels? If not, then it’s time to consider clay bar. Clay bar is a process that cleans your car’s paint by removing impurities that get trapped between layers of clear coat. This helps maintain good optical clarity and shine, which means better performance and longer life for your vehicle.
What is Claybar?
Claybar is a small piece of cloth that is used to remove contaminants from the surface of the paint. It removes contaminants like tar, bugs, road grime, and other materials that can leave residue on your car.
Clay bar car is a very popular alternative to polishing or waxing because it improves performance and reduces swirl marks in paintwork without removing any paint as well as leaving a nice glossy finish.
How does Claybar work?
The process of claybarring involves using a bar made of soft, textured material to remove contaminants from the surface of the car. The claybar is rubbed on and around the vehicle in circular motions to loosen particles trapped within the paint or clear coat. These particles include fine dust, oxidation (a dulling layer that builds up over time), factory fallout or overspray from a machine used at the factory to seal paint, tar spots from a road trip through Boston traffic, bug guts from your weekend getaway with friends—basically anything else on top of your shiny new ride that shouldn’t be there.
The claybar also removes water spots caused by washing with soap and water (which strips waxes off cars). It also gets rid of old waxes that have bonded themselves to the paint surface in an effort to protect against UV rays and other hazards.
Why do you need to clay your car?
- Improve paint quality and clarity.
- Increase gloss and shine
- Remove wax, polish and other contaminants that can dull your car’s finish.
How many times should you use Claybar?
How often should you use a Claybar? This depends on your driving conditions and how often you drive. If you live in a dusty area, drive a lot of miles each year, or don’t take care of your car, then it’s best to claybar more than twice per year. On the other hand, if you only drive short distances (in normal weather), then once per year is sufficient.
How often should you clay your car?
A lot of people wonder how often they should be using a claybar. The answer is, it depends on the conditions you’re driving in and how often you wash your car. As a general rule of thumb, we recommend using a claybar once every 3-6 months to maintain your vehicle’s finish.
If you live in an area that has more bugs than humans then it might be necessary to use a claybar more frequently depending on how often you wash your car! When used correctly, claying will not remove wax or polish – but just contaminants like tar and bug splatter that can stain or discolor the paint over time if left untreated.
How to use Claybar on cars.
Prepping your car for a clay bar
Before you start the process, make sure your vehicle is clean. You don’t want any dirt or debris on the surface of your paint because these particles can cause scratching while you’re working with the clay bar. To cleanse your car, wash it in warm soapy water using a sponge and soft cloth (or one of those microfiber towels). If there are stubborn stains or spots that won’t come off with regular washing, use some mild soap and water with a sponge or soft cloth before proceeding to step two.
Once you’ve washed away all traces of grime from your ride’s bodywork, you’re ready to move on to step two: preparing yourself for this task by gathering all of your tools ahead of time so they don’t end up scattered around somewhere where they’ll get lost—like in between couch cushions or under sofa pillows!”
Maximizing your performance means taking care of the details, like getting your car silky smooth and looking great.
- Removing contaminants from the surface of your car is an important step if you want to achieve the best results. Clay bars are designed to remove paint contaminants, such as tar and tree sap, embedded deep within the pores of the paint. By removing these contaminants, you open up more surface area for waxes and polishes to bond with and protect against future contamination.
- A clay bar helps remove everything from industrial fallout (like brake dust) to tree sap and bug guts that can wreak havoc on your paint’s finish over time. The best way to illustrate this is by comparing it with sandpaper—your vehicle’s paint job has a certain thickness that needs protection from all kinds of elements like oxidation or environmental damage (think salty air). Clay bars smooth out these imperfections and leave behind a brand new layer so that when you apply waxes or sealants, they will adhere better than ever before!
Claybar is a great way to keep your car looking good. It helps prevent rust and remove dirt, grime and even bugs from the body of your car, making it look like new again! If you haven’t tried it before now’s the time because we’re offering this amazing deal: get two free claybars with every purchase! Learn more on how to keep your car looking good.