rusty water stains on new car

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  1. fuover4free

    fuover4free Active Member

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    The parking garage I park in had a pipe that leaked rusty water onto my trunk, tail light and bumper. I tried to wipe it away but I still see a stain. can you suggest something to get this out? I have had my car for 1 month now and this sucks! THANKS!
     
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    Any light paint polish will work. Don't use a scratch remover or wax - use a dedicated polish. I am no expert but this is what I have done on my car (dark color). I am sure if you wait longer then experts will chime in.
     
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    any other suggestions or comments?
     
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    There is a dedicated Top of the Line product for cement stains, basically, it is sugar water. Mix some up in a spray bottle, spray, let dwell 5 minutes or so and it should wipe away.
     
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    Thanks for all your suggestions.... just wanted to let you guys know that i was able to get it all off with some cleaner wax and a lot of elbow grease.
     
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