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H2O Guard and Gloss and Claying


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So to the best of my understanding, sealant should be the last or next to last step of your exterior detailing process.  But I want to clay my car before sealing with H2O.  Do I wash, dry (without using the H2O), clay and then re-wet the surface and use the H2O then?  If so, would I just use detailing spray as a drying aid?

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There is no need to dry before claying. I don't think it's even necessary to rinse. You can use the suds as lubrication for the clay. You'll want to use DS or diluted Rinseless wash for lubrication as well. When I have done it, I washed and left wet. Clayed with the mitt and DS. Then rinsed everything off and applied HGG. I'm sure many others will chime in but this process is typically what I have used and heard other suggest. 

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