Dry it imediately with a microfibre drying cloth (or two) then go over with a spray-detailer such as Meguiar's NXT Quick-Detail spray and a clean microfibre cloth (or two).BlackPony said:
originally posted by BlackPony:
My outside water is very hard !!!
It is a pain to do my cars with it because of the water spots. Any ideas?
badasbullitt said:Thanks so much. Btw has anyone used the Meguiars gold car wash? It's just a matter of time before they ban us from washing our cars.
Go to WalMart or Target (or an RV supply place) and get a garden hose inline filter. If it's good enough to filter the water for drinking, it's good enough for your car. I've used one for several years. They run about 20 bucks.BlackPony said:
I use the Mr. Clean washBlackPony said:
I didn't realize my well water had so much calcium in it because it doesn't show up around faucets in the house. But I learned the hard way! Came home late one night last summer and the front end was full of 'midgie bugs' (type of gnat). I thought I was doing good by spraying off the front end, went to bed, and would wash the next morning. YIKES! I've never seen so many huge, unremoveable water spots! I was SICK I tell ya! :lol: Thankfully I had bought the 'paint protection' scheme and part of the 7 yr. finish guarantee is for water spotting. So I waited till the end of summer and took it to the dealer. They did an acid wash to remove the spots, reapplied the polymer and detailed the whole car N/C.BlackPony said: