How can I safely remove water spots on my car?
I parked my car near sprinklers and it is now covered with sun-baked water spots. I've had it washed a couple of times, but they are still there. Help!
you will probably have to wax the car but you may need to wash again before waxing to avoid scratches. I have a car nut friend who has done a great hub on auto detailing which you can see below:
http://mjkearn.hubpages.com/hub/diy-aut … and-tricks
hope this helps as I also hate when my car doesn't shine.
Go to an auto parts store or Wal-Mart and pick up a clay bar kit. It should include a bar of clay (literal clay), a lubricant solution, and a microfiber towel. Wash the car then clay bar it. It will take a few hours, but follow the directions on the box and clay bar the entire car. The clay bar process will strip the old wax off the car so you'll need to wax it again. Expect the whole ordeal to take an entire afternoon but your car will look fantastic when it's done and the water spots will be gone. I had a white car that was slowly getting covered in small brown spots that looked like rust (was actually surface stains on the paint) and after clay barring the car, all the spots were gone.
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