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    Water spots be gone

    After more than $30 of cleaning product and wax at the auto store i still had those anoying water spots all over. Determined to get it in like new condition I purchased $1.50 bottle of vinegar, mixed 1/4 vinegar with 3/4 water in a squirt bottle. Sprayed the ski down. Wiped gently with a soft cloth and rinsed. When it air dryed all the spots were gone the ski had the same look as off the show rooom floor.


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    It's all I use for water spots..

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    now put a good wax job on it and wipe it down after every ride....I use Ice Wax and Ice Detailer in between waxes......the vinager strips all the wax off....

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    LOL I've never used any of that stuff;
    we just wipe the skis down with towels immediately after rinsing and no water spots ever.

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    Not sure what the deal is with the local lake this year but, I get water spots from hell. The Ducky that I have would not remove them, had to go with the water & vinegar to remove them.

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    Vinegar mix is a classic mainstay in the detailing business.

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    Dang, I thought I discovered something new. At least it works.
    Mine does not always get the water spots. It depends on where I go ride for the weekend.

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