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Hi, I’m a new guy here and need some help getting rid of some water spots. I’ve tried many things but cannot completely remove all of them, all help would be appreciated, thanks.

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I use Griot's Garage speed shine detailer and it works for me, other detailers should work also. Could use some polish to remove them. I have heard that a 50-50 mix of water and vinegar works but have not tried it. A good wax job and washing out of the sun should help keep them away.
 

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thank for the help. i've tryed clay bar and Most of them have disappered. i'll try some of those techniques. thanks again
 

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Clay bar and if that does not work then use ScratchX. If that fails it's time for a date with Mr. Buffer.

Hope this helps.

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BudACAD said:
Clay bar and if that does not work then use ScratchX. If that fails it's time for a date with Mr. Buffer.

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Try some ScratchX. Just be sure you use it correctly. Here is a whole board over at MeguiarasOnline dedicated to using ScratchX by hand.
http://meguiarsonline.com/forums/1834/ShowForum.aspx

If ScratchX doesn't get it, try to get hold of a dual action buffer such as the Porter Cable 7424 or Meguiar's G100. Then use Meguiar's #80 Speed Glaze and you should be good as new.
 

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Clay bar followed by Meguiars "Synthetic Sealant"
 
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