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    water spots

    what are you guys, and gals using to remave water spots of these black machines? some one told me toilet bowl cleaner, but that sounds a little harsh. thanks tom


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    50/50 water and vinigar. Works like a charm

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    +1 on the vinigar, and you can also try any eco-friendly sprays, try something like general purpose , oh, and you can just use a microfiber cloth (blu here, very soft) with plain water, that also works for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by airbornexp View Post
    50/50 water and vinigar. Works like a charm
    +2...Been using it for 4 years now on my black skis and it works great and is cheaper than any other spot cleaner youll find..

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    I keep a bottle in the truck always. It works really well as the others have stated...

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    Lime-Away.........Pick it up at any Walmart. The water spots are lime deposits most times from the water.......this product rips it right off and leaves the ski spot free. Follow the directions for proper mix with water. Been using it for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warner0308 View Post
    what are you guys, and gals using to remave water spots of these black machines? some one told me toilet bowl cleaner, but that sounds a little harsh. thanks tom
    Is this from salt water or fresh water

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    fresh water nasty river water, thanks guys

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    I've been told Fluid Film is the best.... I have requested a sample can and will keep you posted.

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    Yeah it works. Vinegar and water is cheaper.

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