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Hello all!  I found Adams products many, many years ago and absolutely fell in love with them.  I have so much stuff it’s crazy and to top that, I’m a girl that’s crazy about this stuff.  I’ve decided to join the forums and see what I can learn.  I’m not up to date with all the new gadgets and gizmos but I want to learn.  My baby is everything and I want her to stand out compared to everyone else.  Anyone have suggestions, please let me know.  I’m about to embark on a journey - a deep outside clean including some clay bars.  I haven’t decided which way I’m going after that so if any of you experts have any recommendations, I’d love to hear about them.  Thanks everyone!

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She’s a Lexus GX460 - 2011.  Nothing super special but it’s my baby and I try and treat her well.  That’s probably obvious because I only will use Adam’s products on/in her.  😁

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Thank you all for welcoming me!  I’ll get some before shots out.  I purchased the graphing and received it yesterday so I’m pumped to try it.  And recommendations for product after I use the clay bar?  Should I polish?  I have the two step products and was thinking I should do that.  Let me know if you think otherwise or if there are other posts I should look into.  I’m not good with this kind of stuff so be gentle.  😉

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Welcome to the Forum Terri.  I sure hope you are a Packers and Badgers fan like my wife, who is from a small town near Green Bay. 

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Welcome Terri!

 

It will be your call if you polish after using the clay bar.  The clay can mar the surface, so maybe do a test spot to know what you will need for the whole car.  It is more pronounced on darker colors, but the same marring can be there for lighter colors, just not as noticeable.

 

Most would say polish if you are applying any type of coating, as you will be 'sealing in' any defects with the coating, and you want the paint to look it best first.

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