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    Water drops

    Went riding all day on Sunday my ski is broken in now was gps at 69.7mph no mods yet
    When i got home the ski was real dirty
    Wash it and wax it but i still have some water drops on it i guess the sun bake it on
    Is there a good cleaner to get this off
    Thanks
    Mike


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    Meguiars quick detailer. It removed water spots with ease and other lose contaminates from the paint.

    what ski by the way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Meguiars quick detailer. It removed water spots with ease and other lose contaminates from the paint.

    what ski by the way?
    I got another brand quick detailer it didnt work but i will try Mequiars
    I have a sho
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    One mod...the gay spary is no longer installed a valve

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    I ride in salt and I find that if I hose the entire ski down with salt away or salt terminator(what I use)when I get in that takes care of any spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gators8 View Post
    I ride in salt and I find that if I hose the entire ski down with salt away or salt terminator(what I use)when I get in that takes care of any spots.

    Salt away is detergent based so it really isn't good for the wax/ paint on the ski..... then again I'm pretty anal when it comes to making sure my ski is looking mint.

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    3 parts vineger 1 part water will take it off..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Salt away is detergent based so it really isn't good for the wax/ paint on the ski..... then again I'm pretty anal when it comes to making sure my ski is looking mint.
    I'm pretty anal about my ski too alot of money to get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDome View Post
    3 parts vineger 1 part water will take it off..
    Will that damage the paint/clearcoat?
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat_m View Post
    Will that damage the paint/clearcoat?
    Mike
    Glad I came back to this post it is actually just the opposite. 3 parts water and 1 part vinegar, and it has never hurt my ski... But I am not saying it won't hurt yours.. Use at your own discreation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDome View Post
    Glad I came back to this post it is actually just the opposite. 3 parts water and 1 part vinegar, and it has never hurt my ski... But I am not saying it won't hurt yours.. Use at your own discreation...
    Thanks I may try a very small section its pissing me off that I cant get the water marks off just dirty fresh water but it was very hot and sunning that day
    Mike

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