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    Water spots removed

    Hey guys/gals,

    How is the best way to get your skis clean again. We have a 06 GTX bought this year and a 06 RXP bought last year. I purchased marine wax but it did not remove all the spots.
    My skis do stay in a covered dock on a floating dock.

    Thanks


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    75 mph on a budget TorquePhoto's Avatar
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    wash the ski with a good car wash soap.....dry it with a bath towel .....I then use a 60/40 mix of vinigar & distilled water in a spray bottle...spray it on & wipe it off & you are good!

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    Meguiars Water Spot Remover is the best I've found so far.

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    I use 50/50 windex and distilled white vinegar before I wax. I also keep a spray bottle up front with 50/50 vinegar and water and mist it when I pull it out of the water and wipe down. Only take a few extra minutes.

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    spray down with water...than spray on some KABOOM..that stuff takes off the hardest spots & doesnt hurt the paint.

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    Website may not be suitable for small children WOT's Avatar
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    Kaboom damages aluminum though, doesn't it?

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    We have some of the hardest water found in the country and I use 50/50 mix of distilled water and white/clear vinegar...works slick as sh*t.
    Last edited by 32DegH2O; 08-11-2007 at 01:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOT View Post
    Kaboom damages aluminum though, doesn't it?
    Dont know about aluminum?? I just spray it on the body to remove h20 spots which it does effectively. I've been doing this for a year with know problems to the paint/gel goat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetskiMN View Post
    We have some of the hardest water found in the country and I use 50/50 mix of distilled water and white/clear vinegar...works slick as sh*t.
    You have the coldest winters, the biggest mosquitos as well ...my wifes from Saint Paul I love the fishing there u can't beat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by blandis View Post
    I use 50/50 windex and distilled white vinegar before I wax. I also keep a spray bottle up front with 50/50 vinegar and water and mist it when I pull it out of the water and wipe down. Only take a few extra minutes.

    I agree! this is what i use on my mustang.

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