Clay Luber - Synthetic Lubricant

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Clay Luber lays down a coat of slick lubrication between the clay bar and your paintwork to help your clay bar or synthetic substitute glide and slide without getting stuck or marring the surface. 

Use This To: 

  • Create a super slippery surface for your clay bar
  • Extend the life your natural clay bar
  • Decontaminate any shiny or clear exterior surface
  • Lube your synthetic rubber clay mitt or block
  • Prevent scratching and swirling

The Best Clay Bar Technique

Clay bars are so sticky that without help, they would simply get stuck to the paint! Spray Clay Luber wherever your wash mitt or clay bar goes to increase lubricity and reduce friction so your clay bar grabs onto the above-surface contamination stuck on top of the surface to restore a smooth as glass surface without causing extra scratches and damage as the contamination clogs polishing pads! 

Works With Every Type Of Clay

Old school detailers used to use soap and water with their clay bars, but found the mixture dissolving their clay bars and leaving bits of it all over the cars they detailed.  Clay Lube is non-caustic formula and actually helps extend the life and effectiveness of your clay bar or clay block by using synthetic wetting agents and slick lubricants to create the slickest and least friction possible. 

How To Videos

               
How To Use:
  • Wash vehicle well to remove loose dirt and debris.
  • Mist a 2’ x 2’ area generously with Chemical Guys Luber Clay Bar Lubricant.
  • Break off ⅓ of the clay bar, form it into a patty, then glide it back and forth across the surface.
    • The clay bar will grab the surface initially.
    • This grabbing indicates that the clay is removing contamination.
    • Continue rubbing gently until the clay glides freely.
  • Buff each completed section dry with a microfiber towel.
  • Before moving to the next section, inspect the clay.
    • If it appears soiled, fold the clay and use a clean portion to clean the next section.
  • If you drop the clay or it becomes completely soiled, discard the clay bar and continue with a fresh piece of the clay bar.
  • Decontaminate any exterior surface that is shiny or clear.
    • Paintwork
    • Glass
    • Clear optical plastics
    • Polished Metals
  • Finish by sealing the clean and smooth surfaces with your favorite Chemical Guys vehicle coating, synthetic sealant, or natural carnauba wax.