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Walmart has 7-Oz Meguiar's C2000 Mirror Glaze Detailing Clay (Mild) for $14.95. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free trial here) or orders $35 or more.

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Alternatively, Amazon has 7-Oz Meguiar's C2000 Mirror Glaze Detailing Clay (Mild) for $16.26. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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    • This is priced is $11.80 lower (44.1% savings) than the $26.75 retail price.
    • Our research indicates that the 7-Oz Meguiar's C2000 Mirror Glaze Detailing Clay (Mild) is $6.12 lower (29% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $21.07 at the time of this posting.
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    • Removes bonded surface contaminants like overspray, bug debris, road tar, rail dust and fresh water spots.
    • This has a 4.8 out of 5 star overall rating on Amazon based on over 840 reviews.
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Walmart [walmart.com] has 7-Oz Meguiar's C2000 Mirror Glaze Detailing Clay (Mild) for $14.95. Shipping is free with Walmart+ or $35+ orders.

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  • This deal price is $11.80 lower (~44% savings) than the $26.75 retail price.
  • Another potential option for Prime members: Amazon [amazon.com] has the 7-Oz Meguiar's C2000 Mirror Glaze Detailing Clay (Mild) for $16.26. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.
  • Excellent reviews on this clay bar, with an overall rating of 4.5 / 5 stars.
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clay barring is Used during auto detailing to remove bonded contaminants after car washing. A common trick is to put a sandwich bag or ziplock bag on your hand like a glove and lightly brush it over the surface of your car after a wash. If you can still feel small bumps, then your car can benefit from claying. Just remember to use a lubricant with the clay or else it'll scratch and mar up your paint. There are newer synthetic Clays in pad or towel form that are much easier and faster to use but not as effective. With these traditional clays, you need to fold it over often to get a clean surface and if you drop it, it's trashed.
In my head, it goes
*Wash - Rinse, soap, rinse
*Decontaminate - Iron Remover and clay bar
*Paint correction - Compound and/or polish
*Protect - Glaze, sealant, and wax; or ceramic coat
Pro tip, use a quarter of the bar until the clay gets dirty then throw it away and use another piece. If you drop the clay on the floor, throw it away immediately. Contaminants stuck in the clay will leave micro scratches in the paint.
Use a detailer spray to wet the spot you are working on before rubbing the clay. Remember she needs to be wet before you can rub her. Never rub the clay on a dry surface!

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not sure what this is for but it is $16.26 at Amazon
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not sure what this is for but it is $16.26 at Amazon
True! I listed Amazon in the original post as a reasonable alternative to Walmart.

Compare to:
  • Pep Boys - $22.50
  • AutoZone - $27.99
  • Meguiar's Direct - $31.99
So this clay bar removes contaminants from a car's finish: hard water spots, tar, smooshed bugs, tree sap, etc.
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Seen a few videos where guys are using plumbers putty for this same purpose. For reference plumbers putty is $1.74 for a 14oz tub at Home Depot.
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not sure what this is for but it is $16.26 at Amazon
clay barring is Used during auto detailing to remove bonded contaminants after car washing. A common trick is to put a sandwich bag or ziplock bag on your hand like a glove and lightly brush it over the surface of your car after a wash. If you can still feel small bumps, then your car can benefit from claying. Just remember to use a lubricant with the clay or else it'll scratch and mar up your paint. There are newer synthetic Clays in pad or towel form that are much easier and faster to use but not as effective. With these traditional clays, you need to fold it over often to get a clean surface and if you drop it, it's trashed.
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not sure what this is for but it is $16.26 at Amazon
After you clean your car, rub a microfiber towel over and and you'll feel the towel clinging onto the grit left behind. Clay removes the grit such that when you wipe a towel across the car it clings onto nothing. You can also notice it by using your fingers - it'll feel a bit chalky without using clay to remove the microscopic debris vs. smooth if you use clay. They clay removes micro-dirt/ w/e and leaves the surface feeling absolutely clean. Just demonstrated it's use last week to relative on their windows and doors by using clay on one and not the other.

If you're really into detailing your car, I believe the process is something like - wash (soap, rinse), clay bar, polish, polish, wax to make it really shine. It's pretty cool when you get a good wax job and the water just falls off the car and you don't need to use windshield wipers really unless heavy rain.
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Will this add girth if I use it correctly?
If you use it correctly then size won't matter in the first place.
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If you're really into detailing your car, I believe the process is something like - wash (soap, rinse), clay bar, polish, polish, wax to make it really shine.


In my head, it goes
*Wash - Rinse, soap, rinse
*Decontaminate - Iron Remover and clay bar
*Paint correction - Compound and/or polish
*Protect - Glaze, sealant, and wax; or ceramic coat
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After you clean your car, rub a microfiber towel over and and you'll feel the towel clinging onto the grit left behind. Clay removes the grit such that when you wipe a towel across the car it clings onto nothing. You can also notice it by using your fingers - it'll feel a bit chalky without using clay to remove the microscopic debris vs. smooth if you use clay. They clay removes micro-dirt/ w/e and leaves the surface feeling absolutely clean. Just demonstrated it's use last week to relative on their windows and doors by using clay on one and not the other.

If you're really into detailing your car, I believe the process is something like - wash (soap, rinse), clay bar, polish, polish, wax to make it really shine. It's pretty cool when you get a good wax job and the water just falls off the car and you don't need to use windshield wipers really unless heavy rain.
Pro tip, use a quarter of the bar until the clay gets dirty then throw it away and use another piece. If you drop the clay on the floor, throw it away immediately. Contaminants stuck in the clay will leave micro scratches in the paint.
Use a detailer spray to wet the spot you are working on before rubbing the clay. Remember she needs to be wet before you can rub her. Never rub the clay on a dry surface!
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Quote from keevesnchives :
clay barring is Used during auto detailing to remove bonded contaminants after car washing. A common trick is to put a sandwich bag or ziplock bag on your hand like a glove and lightly brush it over the surface of your car after a wash. If you can still feel small bumps, then your car can benefit from claying. Just remember to use a lubricant with the clay or else it'll scratch and mar up your paint. There are newer synthetic Clays in pad or towel form that are much easier and faster to use but not as effective. With these traditional clays, you need to fold it over often to get a clean surface and if you drop it, it's trashed.
Some good advice here. I used to work at a detail shop and you hit it all on the head. Though I keep some throwaway plastic gloves to use with all my detail cr*p... The sandwich bag idea is a good tip for people. 👍

Also as others have mentioned.. GET A GOOD DETAILING SPRAY!!! You have to use one with this product. Don't be cheap .. don't use water.
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Is this mild variant sufficient for most applications?
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Is this for the face, the bathroom or the car?
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Amazon has the Mother's kit on sale for $19.97 regularly $26.99. Has spray and 2 bars and microfiber towel. 2 100 gram bars so about the same as 7 ounces.
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