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    HELPLPPPPPPPPPP

    do oyu know how to wash dry water spots on the hood?

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    ^stop washing your car. LOL

    Yeah, you can do three things:

    a) dry it in the shade

    or

    b) wash it at night

    or

    c) buy the mr.clean water spray thing, that de-ionizes the water. The water spots on the hood are calcium deposits, and by deionizing the water, it removes the calcium from staying on the hood

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    Here are some tips on preventing them. Park the car in the shade before washing so the paint is cool to the touch. Get all the washing supplies out and read to go and pull the car out just before washing. While washing keep rinsing down the paint every 2 minutes or less, especially if there is any sunlight hitting the paint. As soon as you are done dry the vehicle in the shade.

    If you have the water marks already on your vehicle and they have lightly etched in to the clear coat you can remove them with the Chemical Guys Water Spot Remover. If the etchings are deeper you'll need to polish the surface, possibly with the help of a buffer. If you have any other questions please let me know.

    Greg @ DI

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    If you need to polish, let me know! Click here to enlarge come over on a weekend! >: )

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