Create a lubricating suds solution, by adding an extra capful of Wax Wash to your Wash bucket and froth it up nicely.
The very first time you use the towel, it’s good to start on the windscreen to help “break in” the cloths' polymer coating.
Work on small areas at a time, like 1/4 of a bonnet, or 1/2 the roof or boot.
Get heaps of suds onto the car with a Shagtastic Wash Pad, dip it and the Clay Towel in the suds solution. Take the suds to the car and squeeze them all over the section you're about to clay, with the Shagtastic Wash Pad. You want to really make sure the surface area is wet with the lubricating suds.
With your hand on the microfibre side of the towel, apply to the surface with little to no hand pressure. Use a smooth side-to-side motion, and then change to an up and down movement. You will hear and feel resistance on dirtier areas, which will disappear once it’s clean and smooth. Be real sure you don’t use the towel outside the lubricated area, and don't use too much pressure!
Little Tip: If the towel feels like it wants to grip onto the surface, have your thumb lift the towels corner as we show in the images here, and this will help the lubricant get under and glide that little bit better.
Once the Clay Towel moves smoothly over the surface, the contamination is gone, so you can rinse down the section with water and move onto a new section. Inspect and hand clean the Clay Towel with the wash suds or Orange Agent, between sections.
To avoid water spotting, keep the car wet till you’re done, then safely dry the paint with The Big Green Sucker. Your paint is now super clean and smooth, ready for the next steps of cleansing and waxing.