Clay Lubricant Introduction
Commonly used clay lubricating fluids, one is usually a QD fluid, ie a fast curing spray, and the other a car shampoo dilution. It is necessary to use a lubricating fluid, otherwise the clay will be very easy to damage the paint surface, leaving scratches, or remain in the paint, difficult to remove. Pay particular attention not to use other types of detergents as clay lubricating fluids, such as APC, asphalt remover, etc., which can easily dissolve clay. Water is not recommended as a lubricant due to insufficient lubrication. Some beauty care providers will use a quick-maintenance spray with a slight cleaning power as a clay lubricating fluid. This is to effectively loosen attachments and make them easier to fall off during clay operations.