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They're terrible IMO. Clay is a very touchy feely process and if you put a holder between your hand and the clay you get zero tactile feedback for what the clay is doing.

 

You need to measure if the lubrication is sufficient, feel if the bar is encountering rough spots, etc.... all things that your hands can tell you, but only if they're in contact with the clay.

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I know what your talking about. I made a make-shift one out of the pad that comes standard with the 7424 (since it wasn't getting used why not). That being said don't waste your money. Really you can only used it on top surfaces(roof, trunk, Hood) without the cay falling out, and even on those surfaces Useless!

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I have a clay sponge that I use on occasion. It's washable and does good on older paint and glass. I used it once and found a couple scratches later but could never verify that it caused them. That being said, I will use it on glass and hard to reach areas. If I drop it I don't have to toss it.

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