check, see you found the answer....you can get "clay magic" at pepboys or auto zone or someplace like that :cheers: also does wonders for your paint :wink: even on a new car there is "rail dust" sometimes from transpo!awesome, thanks for the info. This might sound like a dumb question, but what is claybar? Never used it before. (then again, I never had a car that I loved like my Z before!)
Hey Db, where in Maryland are you? (Gaithersburg, here)
Depends upon the finish, I wouldn't trust it on rims........I do use it in the engine bay to keep it clean Just don't get it on the paint :werd:I was always under the impression that Simple Green will take the finish right off a rim.... no?
You have had luck with it, in the past?
Don't use high pressure on stock 35th aniv. rims either. I used the high pressure washer at a car wash, and it actually blasted a small piece of the coating off of one of my wheels :OMG:Just with a Sponge and hot water i guess. Learned my lesson don't use High pressure hose on Volk Racing TE37 like with stickers. Coz you'll blow the stickers away.