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    yellow clay for the great white north..

    I know where to get yellow clay

    Ok so heres the thing, it cannot be shipped outside of canada, sorry I have checked so please dont contact this person. He will not do it sorry. Its not fair to him to be hounded.

    However there are lots of members from canada. Im sure you can work somthing out (sorry i am all booked up).
    i know so you are reading this and thinking im an idiot, this dosent help

    but I have solved step 1, finding it. Now you get to worry about getting it.

    Chris at eshine.ca has yellow clay.

    Like i said no shippy to usa, so please dont ask. however you may be able to find a canadian member to help..
    hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalgaryDetail
    I know where to get yellow clay

    Ok so heres the thing, it cannot be shipped outside of canada, sorry I have checked so please dont contact this person. He will not do it sorry. Its not fair to him to be hounded.
    Yep you right!!Any vendors outside the US have an agreement with the suppliers of the yellow clay that they would not ship any to the US

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    CalgaryDetail you varified it's yellow Clay?

    Good becuase I'm ordering a box full of it...sweet...placing order today...nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe.p
    Yep you right!!Any vendors outside the US have an agreement with the suppliers of the yellow clay that they would not ship any to the US
    Hey joe.p when I recieve my box of clay I'll post pictures of it and we can arange for something

    I'm not gridy I'll share

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nica
    Hey joe.p when I recieve my box of clay I'll post pictures of it and we can arange for something

    I'm not gridy I'll share
    Nica, i know your not greedy,anybody who has access to it would surely get more then a few bars


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    Thanks for teasing us southern folk.

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    someone fill me in here whats so good about yellow clay?
    Frank
    Thanks to AG I only wipe my butt with MF's now

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    Okay here is the scoop, so far I have bought and paid for 10 of them but here is the interesting read this:

    Riccardo Clay is a premium Mild Claybar that will effectively remove contaminants without harming your paints surface. Riccardo Clay is three precut flat pieces (Eliminates need to cut and flatten sections off a large bar) over 2oz each. Comes with a Plastic flip top case for storage. Works great with any clay lube!

    So the 10 that I have are really 10 X 3 = 30 - 2oz yellow clay bars..sweet...So let the negotiations begin hahahaha. I'll post pictures when I have them in my hands and I'm still trying to get more...I'll let you guys know how many I have at the end of the day.

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    as soon as the stuff comes in nica let us know if it really is the good stretchy yellow stuff...



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    Quote Originally Posted by AUdakota
    someone fill me in here whats so good about yellow clay?


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