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Stjarnagloss Lera Clay Bar


We Say

Claying a vehicle often gets overlooked but is hugely Important for many reasons. Claying removes bonded contaminants that washing Won’t remove, this in turn makes applying polishes and waxes much easier, and they will make a proper bond to the paintwork meaning they will last as inteded. Stjarnagloss Lera is a traditional clay bar which can be used with Stjarnagloss Glir Clay Lube to allow it to glide with ease across the paintwork.

Key Features

Abrasive Strength2/10(Compared To Others)
Net Weight150 g(Without Packaging)
Removes ContaminantsYes(All Types)


Stjarnagloss Lera is a fine to medium grade clay bar which is gentle on the paintwork but tough enough on contamination. Lera will remove bonded contaminants such as tree sap, overspray, fallout, tar spots and much more. After claying the vehicle, the paintwork will feel super smooth and ready for polishing or waxing.


More Information
Abrasive Strength
Construction Polybutene resin
Net Weight 150 g
Removes Inorganic Contaminants Yes
Removes Organic Contaminants Yes
Strips Coatings No
Strips Sealants And Waxes Yes (partially)

How To Use

To use, simply leave the car wet after rinsing (wash stage) and then apply a little Glir clay lubricant to the cool, wet panel. Tear or cut a small chunk of clay off the main bar and make it into a small pancake that’s about three fingers wide.

Gently rub this over the paint, feeling the resistance change from rough to smooth as it clears a section of the panel. Check the face of the clay to see how contaminated it’s getting, and fold it over to present a clean face once again if it looks too dirty.

Carry on with this folded piece until it needs folding again, or until the dirt starts coming through the folds of the bar. Throw the dirty piece of clay away afterwards. You can clay your wheels and glass as well as paintwork – but avoid textured exterior trim and matt paint may be inadvertently polished smooth; you should be careful if claying any sensitive finish.