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Water Spots

Does anyone have any good info on removing water spots off a 2001 black Ranger. Just got done with running the clay bar over it and hand wax. Now looks like next thing to deal with is water spots. Any help would be great...
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Does anyone have any good info on removing water spots off a 2001 black Ranger. Just got done with running the clay bar over it and hand wax. Now looks like next thing to deal with is water spots. Any help would be great...

Yes the best thing I've ever used on water spots is Dri Wash n Guard Oxygone, several people on here and ge have had bad waterspots on their truck and got them reoved with the oxygone, then (this part is optional) to protect you paint from them again I reccomend the dri wash n guard ultra ion.

I sell them both here is the link to the oxygone
http://www.waterlesscarwashproducts....79c18ae4e30281

here is the ultra ion (this is the one with a high quality micro fiber towel for buffing with the package there only $1.14 extra individually there $3.49
http://www.waterlesscarwashproducts....roducts_id=101

now if you spend over $50.00 you can use coupon code fordranger for free shipping on your order as well. We also offer a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the product as well.

www.waterlesscarwashproducts.com

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when i wax all my water spots go away.
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migures quick wax, looks like you just waxed. takes 15 minutes, easy on and easy off.

its the best period
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http://www.3.8mustang.com/forum/showthread.php?t=86217

Here's a link to detailing faq that is pretty in-depth. If allowed by both parties we could use his FAQ here and have it stickied.
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On the somewhat of the same note, I got black streaks coming down from my jump door windows from the dirt over the winter, and i got it washed and they didn't come off, so imma scrub on them later on when it's not 20-35 degrees outside, but im scared they wont come off, wtf should i do?
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dri wash n guard, ultra ion, check out the vendor board for a sample
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