p21s TAW as clay lube

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I've been having a problem the last few weeks with my clay "sticking" to the paint. I've never had this issue before, and have been frustrated because my process didn't change at all. I've always used diluted ONR for lube, and Detailers Domain Uber clay, but lately I have been leaving behind some residue when the clay "sticks".

Tonight I tried using P21S TAW instead. I've always noticed the really awesome lubricity of TAW, and diluted it about 5:1 with distilled water. It worked perfectly, so perfect in fact, I don't think I'll go back. TAW is a bit harder to remove, but I always rewash after claying anyway so its not an issue for me.

Anyone else use TAW for a clay lube ever? It's a bit pricey but the dilution helps, and it works so well I think its worth it.
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correct the p21s is pretty harsh.

I would use

Prima Slick
Adam's Detail Spray
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