1) Thoroughly clean and dry vehicle surface,
2) Do not use in direct sunlight,
3) Best to do in cool area,
4) Keep workarea very well lubricated (do not use clay dry!),
5) Work in small areas (feeling panel before and after working an area),
6) Remove clay residue with a microfiber cloth,
7) Keep checking clay bar for dirt / contamination collection,
8) After completed, go over vehicle with a pre-wax cleaner,
9) Then finish with a good wax / sealant.
You can do this as often as needed. Just wash your vehicle real good, and just do a surface check with your hand, to see if you need to remove any contamination. But if you do it right, it will take awhile, and you will most likely not want to do it more than twice a year!!
2008 Dodge 2500 Mega Ram, SLT, Powered by a little 'ol 408 cubic inch six cylinder!!!
Chrysler's warranty = Not worth the paper it is printed on!!!
Gone, but not forgotten!!!
1997 FORD F-250 HD
7.3L, XLT, Off-Road Package
3.55's, E4OD, 4wd, Dana 60 swap, 3" Sky RSK, 315/70/17's on Racelines.