Originally Posted by CamaroDreams07
Clay requires you to put some elbow grease on it. Don't be afraid to bear down a little with it and apply some pressure (within reason, don't be grunting like a Williams sister). As long as you have enough lube, you won't do any damage.
As far as the stickiness, I haven't heard that before. Go get a brand new claybar from Mother's and unwrap it. It's very sticky and IMO, works extremely well.
If I were you, I'd chuck the clay for good and get one of the new clay replacements such as the Speedy Prep towel,
or the Nanoskin sponge or towel.
Thanks CD07 (<--- hope you don't mind) I think to finish up the job I'll stop in Autozone and pick up a Mother's clay kit, and add the surface prep towel to my Autopia cart (it's starting to fill up)
"(within reason, don't be grunting like a Williams sister)"
Were you watching the French open this weekend?
Originally Posted by Chubby
If its sticky its too warm and not enough lube.
I use a diluted mixture of water and dawn soap. Of course I do a full wax/polish after.