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    black fx ho water spots

    what is the best thing to use to take water spot off my ski ?


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    Vinegar works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJJer View Post
    Vinegar works well
    I tried vinager but DUCKY water spot removal works better

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    mequires "paint cleaner" worked for me. I used a buffer though.

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    I dont even worry about that stuff. It goes in the water every week, so its going to get wet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey R. View Post
    I dont even worry about that stuff. It goes in the water every week, so its going to get wet!
    Its bad for the clearcoat

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    use some Lime away diluted a little less than 50/50 mix with water works well, just don't let it sit... it's cheaper than ducky (great product)...

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    Exclamation

    ditto on the below

    Quote Originally Posted by cigarlust View Post
    use some Lime Away diluted a little less than 50/50 mix with water works well, just don't let it sit... it's cheaper than ducky (great product)...

    Quote Originally Posted by NJJer View Post
    Vinegar works well




    Vinegar is a cheap and easy remedy for hard water spots
    Removing water spots tips search.
    http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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    Use a little Jack Daniels and after awhile the spots seem to fade.


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    Another vote for Ducky.

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