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Old 03-14-2010, 12:42 PM   #1
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rust dots inbedding in my paint :mad:

i picked up a claybar to get those dang black stain spots off the car... i had a bunch on my trunk, it made my trunk feel smooth again but now there are black dots, and rust dots inbeded in my paint.. car is white so it shows alot.. am i screwed? is there a profesional waxer that can remove this maybe? and do i realy have to wax after i claybar? i found that out after i picked up a clay bar.. i picked up the meguiars claybar set and it came with this little bottle of cleaner wax, should i apply this on the trunk even though there are rust dots/black dots inbedded on the paint? or can i just claybar my car and not use the cleaner wax at all?
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Old 03-14-2010, 07:36 PM   #2
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The Megs claybar is very mild. A more aggressive clay bar like the ClayMagic blue or red should clean it all off for you. If you have time, come by the shop and try a few bars that I have here to find one that works for you.
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Old 03-14-2010, 09:49 PM   #3
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An aggressive clay bar will remove rust dots???
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Old 03-15-2010, 12:50 PM   #5
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realy rust dots inbedding in the paint that will not come off and have a smooth feel over it? it seems like this rust is IN the paint literaly.. how much would a professional wax job cost? clay bar and everything... i have this small key mark on one of my doors hopefuly that will buff out.. or i was thinking maybe i shuold pick up one of those rotary tools and do this stuff my self but then i've never in my life waxed a car plus i dont got a garage to wax car in so would have to do it in the summer time or a week with sun only..

anyone know any good wax shops around here? and does anyone know what they usualy charge for this job?

is there another place i can get all sorts of claybars from or does only 911fanatic have them? maple ridge is pretty far from my place.. would be a damn journey and think of all that dust particules collect up on the paint when im on the way there.

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is claying a proper way to clean the rust dots? or sanding?
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