Anyone know the best treatment to remove water spots/stains? Do I need to use a clay bar? Wax and quick detailer did not do the trick. What about vinegar? LOL
You don't use wax to remove water spots. Use a polish. If you have a random orbital polisher, just apply a polish and the spots will quickly disappear when the orbital polisher is used. In terms of the polish to use, I have three different polishes. The idea is to start with the least abrasive polish and then move up to a more abrasive polish if necessary.Interesting choices. My car waxed and buffed on Saturday, my sprinklers hit it on Saturday night (by accident Grrrrr), and Sunday Morning I did spot waxing, but you could still see the outline of the water spots. Totally annoying.
I'll try a spot remover and see how that goes. I did forget to mention I have Black Paint like Snip, so everything shows up. It's gorgeous when clean, but man Black cars are so much work to get them there.
I have a black 981S and I always use Griotts Spray On Car Wash as the last step in my washing. Prior to that I use to spend a long time trying to make the car spotless. So my procedure is to wash the car, rinse with a hose without a nozzle, dry with a leaf blower, and then finish it off with Griotts Spray On Car Wash and dry with a special microfiber drying towel designed specifically for Griotts Spray On Car Wash. I know the last step may seem like overkill, but it only adds about ten minutes to my wash time, and the result is a spectacular finish with no spotting.I too have a black paint. So far, carpro/gyeon are keeping them off. Also, using some quick detailer or waterless wash solution (as a last step) as part of your washing procedure regularly will help too. Don't try aggressive methods yet....