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Poorboy's World Clay Lube

Poorboy's World Clay Lube

Our Price: $9.99
Item ID: PB-CL16
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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No washing is required after claying!

Poorboy’s World Clay Lube is a super slippery lubricant designed to provide the perfect amount of lubrication for clay bars and clay bar alternatives, like the BLACKFIRE Clay Mitt.

Poorboy’s World Clay Lube reduces the risk of clay media from scratching the paint because it creates a barrier slick enough that clay bars and clay bar towels effortlessly glide across the surface, picking up contaminants to create a smooth finish ready for waxing! Poorboy’s World Clay Lube can be used in direct sunlight without staining the surface. With Poorboy’s World Clay Lube, all you have to do is wipe away to a clean, polish-ready surface!

Directions for use: Spray Poorboy's Clay Lube directly onto area of vehicle you would like to clay, using your clay material slide across lubricated area.

16 oz. spray bottle

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100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
Erie, Pennsylvania
Works as intended. Nice bottle. Nice sprayer. Economical.
Perfect Brand Name, Great Quality
Funny thing is, poorboy's world pretty much describes how I approach buying car products. I wanted a clay lube that was relatively cheap, because let's be honest, we're going through these fast because you pretty much need to soak a whole car for claying. Turns out this economical clay lube performs just as good as the higher priced options out there. Will just stick to these from now on.
Tucson, Arizona
Poorboy's World Clay Lube is Awesome!
Very Slippery which is what you want/need. It left an initial haze which I thought that I would have to wipe off, but it evaporated and left a nice shine. i am going to contrast this to Optimum ONR in the future to see which is more economical and which performs better. Though I can't imagine it getting much better than this product. It will come down to cost/economics in the end. Poorboy's microfiber was is pretty good too.
Prosperforms as stated works well.
ConsMight be cost...buy when on sale.