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    Water spots

    Can some one tell what is the best way to keep the water spots off my skis.


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    I've heard that windex works well but I've never actually tried it.

    PS: Not a big deal but this probably belongs in the General Discussion area.

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    meguires for me

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    Use a good shammy

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    I waxed my ski when I got it brand new with some good Marine polish and wax.
    It will help, but best way to go is a good shammy!

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    heres a link to aussie site http://www.meguiars.com.au/?gclid=CJ...FQlspAodY3k5SQ

    both marine and car products work a treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olomana View Post
    I waxed my ski when I got it brand new with some good Marine polish and wax.
    It will help, but best way to go is a good shammy!
    +1

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    Cheap and easy ... get a big squirt bottle, fill it 50/50 mix of water and white vinegar. When you are done riding for the day, spray the ski with this, and towel it dry. Fast, easy, cheap and works like a charm on ALL surfaces on the ski, no residue, no water spots.

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    Fresh rain water, not out of a tap.

    Over in Oz here in Queensland, we all pretty well have our own rainwater tanks. It is the best to wash cars (and ski's) with as you don't even need to chamois afterwards. It dries spot and streak free. No worry about chamois scratches either! I get my trusty garden blower out, start 'er up and blow the water off. Perfect finish every time and makes cleaning far quicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Cheap and easy ... get a big squirt bottle, fill it 50/50 mix of water and white vinegar. When you are done riding for the day, spray the ski with this, and towel it dry. Fast, easy, cheap and works like a charm on ALL surfaces on the ski, no residue, no water spots.
    +1 works very well if the spots get baked on by the sun. Sometimes wax won't get them co.politely off, but this will. Then just wax after

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