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Clay bar in sun?


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I clay in the Sun all the time at Hot August Nights in Reno. Those surface temps are well above 100*. You WILL need to use extra DS as it dries out a bit quicker in that kind of heat.

 

 

Mook

I agree, I can't tell you how many black cars (mainly Vettes) that I have clayed, polished & waxed in the sun. And yes more DS will be needed.

And we also polished right over the clay residue.......

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yes. i ran out of time half way through. so i parked her in the garage. Can i just pull her out and continue or do i need to restart the process? i wiped off most of the residue with a microfiber towel but it was all dry. adams detail spray of course

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No reason to redo what you have already clayed, just move forward. Once you are finished you may want to wipe down the areas from yesterday with Waterless Wash or Detail Spray to remove the dust.

 

Thanks, just as i was pulling it out.... RAIN.... Damn it.. until tomorrow!!!

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