Water Marks

Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by bfmgoalie, May 1, 2010.

  1. jose's 73

    jose's 73 Veteran Member

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    use a wax that has a cleaner in it. are the marks from that particular wash or where they there before. if they where there before then you need to compound it out.
     
  2. IDLZRUF

    IDLZRUF Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Yea Its great for oxdized paint too
     
  3. DAWG

    DAWG Veteran Member

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    rewash and rinse with distilled water
     
  4. BondoSpecial

    BondoSpecial Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    wax alone usually hides rather than removes, unless it has cleaners in it in which case I wouldn't be using it anyway. A very fine swirl remover type abrasive and buffer will take it off. It's probably minor enough to hand-apply some consumer grade abrasive like Scratch X but the hand application will take you a while on a whole car.
     

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