Originally Posted by Ruff Rider
The thing with any product is if you don't know how to use it correctly you can damage the paint. I have used Griot's Ultimate Paint Squeegee for three years now. I use it on $20,000 cars to $120,000 cars. I have NEVER left a scratch on any car.
Ok you've got my curiosity then. See, I'm thinking, how would you guarantee that the car is completely clean when using it? Do you use the ziplock bag over the car method to check if there's particles? Or do you clay everytime? I'm worried that if I use something like a Paint Squeegee I'd pick up some small particle that was left or that I didn't feel with the bag and it'll end up scratching the paint (or at least driving the particle deeper into the clear coat).