Do an internet search for detailing supplies. There are loads of supply houses that sell to detail shops. That is where I've been getting my clay bars. You will pay $20.00 for a bar but they are two times bigger than the ones you get in a typical kit at your auto parts store. Cut the bar into two pieces and seal the remainder in a zip lock bag and it will stay fresh. Once you have used what the pros use, you will never want to go back. There are also many different grades of clay bars. Watch the supply houses. I was able to get a free half-bar sample of a more aggressive clay bar with an order of two regular bars just by watching for when they had sales. The more aggressive bar is great for getting brake dust off of the rims.
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137,600+ miles on the odo and still goin' strong - My wife named my car "Nittany" after Penn State, my Alma Mater
Reborn at the factory at 57,100 miles
New water pump and timing chain at 104,181 miles
Exhaust cam solenoid valve at 121,000 miles
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