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Mandatory to use clay after iron remover?


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Hey I just got a white 2015 VW golf that was previously located in Connecticut and New York. I’ve seen some iron spots on it (I’m assuming due to color) and want to give this car a clean start. I also want to make sure I take care of it properly. I was planning on getting some iron remover but before I use it, what else do I need to do to make sure the iron remover doesn’t damage the paint? I’ve heard people say they use clay after but I’m reluctant since I’m so new at detailing. Any help would be much appreciated!

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I would highly recommend claying the car afterwards since the iron remover will not remove everything. As long as you use automotive clay and plenty of detail spray or other lubricant you it won’t damage the paint. Just don’t press too hard.  
 

adam did a video on how to clay that is pretty detailed that you can reference as well.  

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