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Old 07-08-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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New Clay

As of Monday we will have our own line of clay available. The yellow and blue are very similar to Riccardo and the white is very similar to Bilt Hamber soft. All clays can be used with water but a lube is recommended for best performance.

The yellow (ultra fine) is available in a box of 3 - 80g bars for $19.95



The blue (fine) is available in a box of 2-105g bars for $19.95



The white (medium) is available in a box of 3 - 60g bars for $18.95



DUE TO PATENT LAWS THIS CLAY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE INTO THE USA. SORRY GUYS.
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interesting!!!! Does soapy water count as lube? or can I use the 902 wash concentrate along with the clay???
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OMG, this is AWESOME Ken!

Good to hear we have an alternative to BH, which I'm afraid may be a bit too abrasive in the white variation (what I have) without overpaying for Mother's etc.
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so it's flexible like riccardo
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interesting!!!! Does soapy water count as lube? or can I use the 902 wash concentrate along with the clay???
You can although soap will cause the clay to break down faster than a proper clay lube. We will have a lube available shortly.

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OMG, this is AWESOME Ken!

Good to hear we have an alternative to BH, which I'm afraid may be a bit too abrasive in the white variation (what I have) without overpaying for Mother's etc.
You may have the BH regular which is a bit abrasive. My white is the same as BH soft. It will marr if you really lean on it but if you rub gently, it should be ok.

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so it's flexible like riccardo
Yes. Its identical to Riccardo.
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