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,,,,,,,just not on any of your painted surfaces. And who hasn't dropped one of these suckers? I swear they're slipperier than greased whaleshit, when wet. But you can still make use of it on your windows, after you've removed the larger chunks of laneway from it. I found that they are still "aces" for cleaning the exterior of your windows, but I would never use them on the tinted side of any glass.

Considering the cost of them, any other use for them is always appreciated. I've even used an otherwise ruined claybar in the woodworking shop. Between coats of finish - and if you don't want to use any sandpaper (for whatever reason), a claybar will give a mirror finish to any wood surface.
 

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Man you're not kidding.
 

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Just make sure you check it real good if you drop if. I usually take a clay bar and cut it in half, press it out to the same overall size, of course it will be thinner. If claying over stones or debris put down a towel or cardboard, if you drop the clay then it will not pickup debris
 

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Good tip, hcvone! I'll use it the next time I do my usual impersonation of a butterfingered detailer with those damn slippery claybars!
 
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