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This is a discussion on 6 -7 hours to clay bar and wax a WRX? within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX I would never shoot the birds ... Me either actually but I might if I thought ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    I would never shoot the birds ...
    Me either actually but I might if I thought it would actually help prevent bird-poo attacks
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ
    Me either actually but I might if I thought it would actually help prevent bird-poo attacks
    It would not.

    There is a co-worker of mine who had a robin repeatedly paint his SUV last year. It seems the birdie thought it saw another birdie in the reflection of the driver side window as it sat on the rear view mirror and expressed its displeasure by unloading. Many, many times.

    The dopey robin seems to have moved on this year as there are no more paintings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chanwahyaoh
    I think for clay, it depends on how much gunk you have in the paint, and what brand of clay you're using.

    I clayed a few weeks ago, and started off with Meguiar's clay (I thought I'd try it). It was terrible. I had to work spots for a long time to actually get anything out.

    I found a remnant of an old Clay Magic bar I had and used that...it was so much better.
    I used the meguires I didn't think it was bad. We just got a new brand of clay bars in at work. Any of you guys hear of gliptone? I think I might give it a try, it comes with the detail spray and a larger clay bar...
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    also takes me that long. its so worth it though
    1. car wash
    2. clay bar
    3. cleaner wax
    4. gloss wax
    5. carnuba wax
    takes about the same time for the wrx as my dads 5 series but i think i shave off at least an hour doing my brothers rsx
    you crasee men

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