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Old 04-22-2008
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Does Mothers sell the Clay Bar by itself? I would rather buy just the clay so I could have it around, I already have enough wax and Showtime.
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Hi FireDetailerBuff40!

Welcome to the forum!

Unfortunately they don't sell the clay bars individually. There was a good discussion about this issue in another thread. Here's a link to it.

http://www.waxforum.com/showthread.php?t=2764


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No, they do not. You can only get the package deal.
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I like using the clay bar from Mothers but since they have discontinued just selling clay I have made a change. Other companies sell clay individually.
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I like using the clay bar from Mothers but since they have discontinued just selling clay I have made a change. Other companies sell clay individually.
Yes, we did clay (without the kit) in our original Professional line.

The hesitation some people might have with buying a "pro" clay is that the bars are larger and thus it's a bit of an investment. If you're doing detailing for a living and using a lot of clay, it can make sense, much like you might buy gallons of various products.

One thing those to detailing should be aware of is the use of a proper lubricant -- soap and water doesn't always cut it, and in some cases it can prematurely degrade the clay.

These are just a few of the several reasons we sell a kit.
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