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Old 04-20-2007, 12:47 PM
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The Cruizer...A must have for your garage!

The Cruizer, by Danase Detailing Supply, is a must have tool for your garage, house, or job site! It is a new products we just started offering and I know you will find it comes in very handy!

If you have any questions about it please feel free to ask!
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Could you explain the differences in the clay bars you have? I've been using the same one for years, and thought they were all the same.

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Could you explain the differences in the clay bars you have? I've been using the same one for years, and thought they were all the same.

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Clay bars come in different grades from fine clays to aggresive. Most of the clay you buy in the parts stores is a fine clay so that the average Joe won't ruin their paint. I sell a fine and Medium clay. The medium clay is the most I would use on my cars anyway. The medium clay can cause some marring of the paint but that is easily removed with a light polish. I recommend the medium clay for the cars you plan on doing a full polish to or for just spot claying.

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Thank you for the info. I'll order several of your clay bars, and some other goodies I saw on your site....Do you have the lubricant too? I'd rather use the lubricant than the qwik detailer some manufacturers recommend. Thanks, again.
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Thank you for the info. I'll order several of your clay bars, and some other goodies I saw on your site....Do you have the lubricant too? I'd rather use the lubricant than the qwik detailer some manufacturers recommend. Thanks, again.
I have two items that make great clay lubricants. Four Star Clay Lubricant and the Danase Turbo Shine.

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