it will remove some - just how much/many depends on things like how hard you do it, how much is on the car . . .RTK said:After this past winter, I noticed the paint surface got a lot rougher. I thought I would use the clay bar (haven't used it since 1st application of Zaino).
Will the claybar remove all the coats of Zaino I have applied?
BLACK-BLING-MDX said:So, exactly, if someone could give me in detail, what does the claybar actually do? Does it remove that "orange peel"? What about contaminants on the hood?
swirl marks are not going to be handled by a claybar -Also, on my other car (it was neglected), the paint is not smooth anymore, and it is very streaky. There are a great amount of swirl marks, and water stains. How do i get those off? Also, I got a few water stains from washing my car this weekend, how do i get those off? Just wash it again? I was stupid and i washed the car in the sun! :32: :bonk: :1pat: :twak: So, what should i do? thanks guys!