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Old 08-07-2009, 06:14 PM   #1
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So when detailing my car, I noticed that there were some spots on my car that were not removed by the claybar, or the polishing... I am able to scratch it off... but then I have to polish it after.

Any ideas? I've tried to soak it with quick detailer and it doesn't work.

Also, the pads didn't work on the clear bra
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So when detailing my car, I noticed that there were some spots on my car that were not removed by the claybar, or the polishing... I am able to scratch it off... but then I have to polish it after.

Any ideas? I've tried to soak it with quick detailer and it doesn't work.

Also, the pads didn't work on the clear bra
Some clear bras do polish up and some don't. I've seen Bob from Auto Concierge in Nor Cal wet sand and polish clear bras! As for the stuff that clay and polish wouldn't remove, I'm not sure. I've yet too see anything that Clay Magic Red won't remove. Can you pop by the shop and we'll have a look?
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