Every day, and everywhere you go, your car is exposed to the elements and hit with tiny particles that bond to its surface. Over time, these particles can hurt your car’s paint — not to mention being an eyesore. The good news: A clay bar treatment can help you remove stubborn pollutants, protect your vehicle, and make it shine again.
But what exactly is a clay bar? We’ll walk you through the basics and when you should use a clay bar, as well as our professional process at Premier:
A clay bar is a synthetic resin compound that removes contamination like tree sap, brake dust, industrial pollution, or road grit from your car’s surface. These pollutants can settle on your car and stubbornly stay there, even after several car washes and rounds of polishing. But clay bar detailing will lift those contaminants from your vehicle’s surface that a regular car wash won’t remove.
Clay bars are similar to Play-Doh or putty, but they’re more elastic and resilient for removing those harsh contaminants from your vehicle’s delicate surface. (And for the record, we don’t recommend trying to use your kid’s Play-Doh on your car!)
Here are the steps your Premier team will follow to give you a safe, effective clay bar treatment and remove those stubborn pollutants:
You should use a clay bar every six months, depending on how often you drive your vehicle. This clay bar treatment will always be part of your full and exterior details. So if you’re scheduling a Premier detail, you can rest easy knowing that we’ll use a clay bar on your car to get the gunk off!
If you’re not sure how long it’s been since your last clay bar treatment, you can try the plastic bag test at home:
When you trust our team to clean and protect your vehicle with a clay bar treatment, you can be confident that your car is in good hands. And we’re pretty sure you’ll be blown away by the final results!
Premier’s mission is to create happiness through professional detailing, and our purpose is to exhibit a philosophy of servanthood! If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or visit our website. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well!