the only time i got those type of spots was when i was dumb enough to cover my car with a piece of plastic and the only way to get them out was by wet sanding and buffing it,which of course i didnt do myself.Originally posted by 6TY EIGHT@Sep 16 2006, 10:47 PM~6188960
i did but it didnt work.
i've had these spots for a while now. i havent touched my car in like a couple of weeks now. so there just there from the sprinklers
yuppersOriginally posted by KINGLOWNESS@Sep 17 2006, 11:37 AM~6190763
If the wax didn't take it off, it's probably acid rain spots. WET SAND AND BUFFING SHOULD GET RID OF IT. Acid rain eats into the clearcoat a bit thats why you see the spots.
any reaction to surface, clear chrome, stainelss, aluminum?Originally posted by ice64berg@Sep 21 2006, 12:11 PM~6217942
50/50 mix of vinegar and water ... spray it on in a spary bottle of course let it sit and react with the minerals (basically to let them dissolve and lift and then wipe it off with a clean dry rag .... then if you must wax afterwards
Originally posted by 6TY EIGHT@Sep 16 2006, 10:31 PM~6188580
Does anyone know how to get rid of water spots of the car.
Never had them untill recently????
only reaction is to the mineral deposits left over from hard waterOriginally posted by slo@Sep 23 2006, 01:49 PM~6229396
any reaction to surface, clear chrome, stainelss, aluminum?
or do it by hand in straight lines ...so small scratchesfrom thecompound only show in one directionOriginally posted by SolidGoldCaddy@Sep 24 2006, 04:41 PM~6234761
like stated before, try chemical agents before you have it cut and buffed out.
i use 3m rubbing compund, or swirl remover, then polish, use something that isnt very abrasive or you will swirl your clear.
Acid does work....well wire wheel acid but you gotta rinse it off b4 it eats the clearOriginally posted by slo@Oct 24 2006, 07:12 AM~6431342