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This is a discussion on Need help detailing within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; hey guys! alright where i live we have very hard water. i can not get the spots off our black ...

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    hey guys! alright where i live we have very hard water. i can not get the spots off our black tbss! it has got very bad here recently and i cant get them off, cant wash off wax off nothing. i need help!!

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    help!

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    Is this a problem for all of TX or just Houston? I would say go to another town and try washing your car again....also, check with Tropi-care...they are a sponsor on here they might have some products for ya to try. I don't know....


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    Quote Originally Posted by TooFastT/A View Post
    Is this a problem for all of TX or just Houston? I would say go to another town and try washing your car again....also, check with Tropi-care...they are a sponsor on here they might have some products for ya to try. I don't know....


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    yeah it depands on where your at but im trying to get them off. even when i use soft water to clean the car they stay on. cant remove them to put some wax on

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    Have you tried claybarring it?

    Might also try some vinegar water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Have you tried claybarring it?

    Might also try some vinegar water.
    yes i have tryed the clay bar. i will go try the vinegar thing now

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    still need help! tje vinegar did nothing. then i claybared it and still nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 TRANS AM View Post
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    i think that would be a little extream to get water spots off.

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    wash the SS in the shade and then pull it directly into the garage. keep it in the shade and try both Bug/Tar Remover and WD-40. Those have seemed to help me when i have issues w/hard water when washing the SS...

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    clay bar has always done the trick for me. It may take a little work but they should come out.

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