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ClayZilla introduces all-in-one scratch eliminator

ClayZilla introduces all-in-one scratch eliminator

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — ClayZilla, the creator of an easy way to clay that is faster, safer and less expensive than a conventional clay bar, today introduced its next generation ClayZilla XL, an all-in-one clay bar replacement and scratch eliminator system.

ClayZilla XL not only completely replaces a clay bar but, in just seconds, it also becomes a scratch eliminator.  Simply take the ZillaPad off and replace it with the Scratch Eliminator pad, and then use ClayZilla XL with Wipe-Out Scratch Eliminator to literally remove surface scratches.

Features and benefits include:

  • Uses replaceable ZillaPads each lasting five times longer than a clay bar
  • Restores a vehicle’s paint using a users favorite detail spray at a fraction of a clay bar’s cost
  • It is easy to use.
  • Includes the ClayZilla ergonomic, hand-held tool, a replaceable ZillaPad, a Scratch Eliminator pad, and an 8oz bottle of Wipe-Out Scratch Eliminator

ClayZilla is available directly from Surf City Garage at www.surfcitygarage.com.

Distributors and retailers can contact Matt Rigdon at matt@surfcitygarage.com.

A video of ClayZilla in action is available on YouTube.

SOURCE: Surf City Garage press release

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