As you rub detailing clay on the automotive paint surface it pulls foreign particles from the clear coat. Regular washing only removes surface contaminants. Claying a vehicle contributes to a smooth glass finish with the application of wax. McKee's 37 SiO2 Ceramic Series Detailing Clay can also be used on wheels for hard to remove debris. First wash with McKee's 37 Foaming Wheel Cleaner Gel. Then, Spray McKee's 37 Universal Clay Lubricant on the wheels and clay them as you would the paint.
Always be sure to spray a generous amount of clay lubricant on the paint so the clay bar can glide freely.Directions: Use McKee's 37 SiO2 Ceramic Series Detailing Clay on a freshly washed vehicle. Spray area to be clayed with McKee's 37 Universal Clay Lubricant. Gently rub the clay bar back and forth across the wet surface. Clay will grab initially. Continue moving the bar until it glides freely. Wipe off clay residue. Reshape bar often to reveal clean clay as you work. The secret to preserving and extending the life of the clay material is to spray the clay bar with lubricant prior to storing it in its plastic case.
4 oz. bar