Clay Bar is an engineered resin mixture that removes contaminants and pollutants from the surface of your car’s paint, glass, fiberglass, and metal. Detailing clay can be natural or synthetic. However, synthetic clay bar is most common these days.
Remove contaminants and pollutants from your paint
Common contaminants that pollute includes things like brake dust, road grime and industrial fallout. These pollutants can penetrate deep into the pores of paint, glass, and metal and settle even after several car washes and polishing.
How frequently should you do a clay bar treatment?
We recommend claying when necessary, usually once a year, but it can be done more often if needed.
It’s pretty easy to determine whether you should clay bar. Massage your hand along your car. Do you feel roughness? If so, it’s time to clay bar and draw those particles out of the paint.
How does clay bar treatment work?
As mentioned earlier, auto detailing clay bars are a resin mixture designed to remove contaminants from surfaces. When you glide the clay bar along the surface of your car, it picks up anything extending from the surface. The dust and dirt get stuck to the clay, and so you’ve successfully removed the containment.