Clay Bar Vs. Plumbers Putty

Mopar Body and Trim

  1. dibbons

    dibbons Well-Known Member

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    I can't decide based on the video.

     
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    • grimreaper

      grimreaper Cross Member

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      That's old news to me. Back in the early 70s a guy that lived a few houses down the street from my parents used plumbers putty to shine his cars. It seemed that cleaning his cars was his main hobby and anytime the weather was decent he would be out cleaning and shining either his '68 Ford Torino or his wife's Volvo P1800. When I first saw him working over the finish with a lump of something I had to go and ask him what he was doing. When he told me he was removing microscopic debris with plumbers putty and water with Ivory liquid I went away wondering what he had in his pipe in addition to the Borkum Riff. He did always have the shiniest cars in town though!
       
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      Old technology, but it worked like a charm.
       
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