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Hi, and welcome!

 

Do you mean use Surface Prep in place of the clay? Yes, but it's not meant to do the same thing. Clay will remove bonded contamination while the prep is essentially just a cleaner, although it does target things like polish oils.

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1 hour ago, Thomasr1950 said:

It's never been clayed. Adam's says clay first.

 

 

Hey, Tom! I'm the one talking to you on the IG account. To clarify, claying will help, but the baggie test he's referring to will help guide if you really need to. It certainly won't hurt though.

 

Lots of smart people on here so we'll see if any further advice comes in...

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1 hour ago, Thomasr1950 said:

 I can feel a difference after the clay bar.

I appreciate your help but I  don't get the results I see in the videos.

 

As mentioned, wait till you drive in weather to see the results, or even when you go to clean the windshield after snow. I think you'll be pleased then!

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