best way to remove water spots...

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by you know me, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    Scott, Robb, anyone:
    I know about the 50/50 water/vinegar to remove water spots but what is the best way to apply the solution? Sponge? Wash mitt? Any advise? thanks guys
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    On a clean car only! Spray, let dwell but don't let dry, wipe with a microfiber towel.
     
  3. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    thanks scott. I have the hood, roof, wing, trunk to do. So time to get a spray bottle and head to town
     
  4. z50king

    z50king New Member

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    i get it bad on my windows. how i can get it off? even after i wash it they are still there

    any help?
     
  5. Juztang

    Juztang www.obsessivedetail.com

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    You can use the 50/50 vinegar and water dilution for the windows too. Remember you can also polish your windows too.
     
  6. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    DuraGloss makes a damn nice water spot remover. Check out their site.

    Heard good things about it.
     
  7. Rolledsho

    Rolledsho New Member

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    I have waterspots on one of my cars that vinegar won't take out.

    Can I take a PC and Hypercompound to it to try and get it out :dunno:
     
  8. justin30513

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    Well it's worth a try isn't it?

    We can't say it will but you have to try to find out. You're not going to hurt anything.
     
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    I just read my post and I need to clarify.

    I have water spots on the glass of my car and I have tried the vinegar

    Will a pc and hypercompound work on the glass to get rid of the spots?
     

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