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How do you or is it even possible to remove water spots that are on the side of my truck?Any ideas.

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dry it after you wash it if your talkin about like hard water dryed on

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A good wax job will normally take them out. I use NuFinish. If it doesn't do it then use polishing compound.

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To keep spots from getting on there use the Mr Clean washer thing. It's about $25 and DI's your water so it just rolls off your car. For now get some Mirror Glaze final finish to get them off. If that doesn't work go a little bit heavier like maybe some medium.

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If you still get them after waxing, use a blower to remove the water after a wash, and finish dry it with microfiber towels and Meguires' "Quick Detail" spray.

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Thanks for all the ideas.It is from the sprinkler I should have added..

I had the same problem on my 07 chevy.Vinegar is what i used.worked to take heavy stuff off. then i waxed the truck with turtle wax.

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This works!!!!

That's what I use on my boat, vinegar and water mix.:)

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Get one of those shammy things billy maise sells. They work pretty good. A bit labor intensive, but it works fine. You could also use a leaf blower to blow your truck off. We used that at the motorcycle shop i worked at if the sho was full and we didnt have access to air

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