Product ID: 1904
- Specially designed to work with all clay bars, natural or synthetic
- Creates a microscopic barrier between the paint and the clay
- The paint surface will be impeccably clean and silky smooth
To work properly, all detailing clays require a lubricant. Soapy water will work in a pinch but it provides only minimal paint protection and the detergents in some soaps can break down the clay causing it to disintegrate. Pinnacle Clay Lubricant is specially designed to work with all clay bars, natural or synthetic. Pinnacle Clay Lubricant will not alter the paint surface in any way.
- Use clay on a clean vehicle. It does not necessarily have to be dry.
- Mist a small area, about 2 sq ft with Pinnacle Clay Lubricant.
- Rub the clay bar across the wet surface in a back and forth motion. There is no need to apply pressure. The clay will grab at first. This indicates that the clay is pulling contaminants out of the paint.
- When the clay glides smoothly, the paint is clean. Wipe away the remaining lubricant with a clean, soft microfiber towel.
- If clay residue remains, mist the area again with Clay Lubricant and wipe away the residue.
- Reshape the clay as needed to reveal a clean portion. If you drop the bar on the ground, discard it. Using heavily soiled clay is dangerous to your paint.