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Clay Comparison

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I see that there are now 3 different types of clay on the site, along with the Clay Mitt. Where does Visco Clay fall in line with Fine Grade Clay and Medium Grade Clay? Is Visco the most aggressive clay? I see that the Clay Mitt is " slightly more aggressive than our Visco Clay Bar". Would it be necessary to use medium grade followed by fine grade or are the different grades to be used depending on level of contamination? Is it beneficial to use the geo impression tool on Fine and Medium clay as well? 

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Well they snuck that one in! I didn't even see it on Saturday. Too early for me to tell, Brandon, but the product descriptions of each on the website try to tell the differences. Beyond that, I'll have to defer to others. If no answer in the meantime, I'll ask tomorrow at the HQ (heading back up!).

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I assumed the Visco is the most aggressive.

 

I personally would not use the three grades in succession. Just use the finer grades if they will do the job to avoid damage.  So for me, use whatever grade needed and then follow with polish if needed.

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I use the Clay Mitt just due that I have bigger vehicles and it cuts my claying time in half. You should always plan on at least polishing after claying, pretty hard not to mar a vehicle.

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I was just starting a conversation to hopefully be used when future confusion arises. I only have the mitt and that's what I prefer. @rrmccabe I thought that was the proper course of action. Use the least aggressive as possible, similar to polishing. But it's different than polishing in that you don't need more than one step of claying. I wanted confirmation though.

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3 hours ago, nateeric said:

Falcaineer, were you ever able to figure out the order of aggressiveness for the different clay products?

 

Sorry, my plans fell through that day. I'll ask and get back to you later this week...

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8 hours ago, Bscott94 said:

 @rrmccabe I thought that was the proper course of action. Use the least aggressive as possible, similar to polishing.

 

Well I agree with the least aggressive as possible. I just cant imagine using clay in steps.  I would use the least aggressive clay that did the job and then polish if needed

 

 

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