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    Clay

    Hi, I've just bought some Megs clay as i don't think my car has ever had the clay treatment! I take it you can do the plastic bumpers and side strips as well as the metal work?? Ive got Arden blue pearlecent paint, cheers.

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    You can do mate although tbh the purpose of the clay is to pick up the small specs of dirt and grit from your paint to give it a really smooth surface for polishing so it works best on the painted bodywork.

    Just remember to use plenty of lubricant (I use Megs quick detailer) and then wash the car again when you're finished.

    Enjoy the "smooth as glass" finish when you're done detailing!
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    if its painted then yes.
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