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    Waterspots

    How in the heck do you get freaking waterpots off??? Ive tried cleaner wax,window cleaner, Detail cleaner and nothing seems to get them off.Probley shouldnt have bought a black ski but it looks soooo pretty.(without the waterspots)
    Anyway does anyone have a recommondation of what to use???
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    i think vinegar works if i'm not mistaken

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    i think vinegar works if i'm not mistaken

    yup

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    Thanks Shibby and RX ill give it a try

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    What kind of vinegar? red wine vinegar? white vinegar? wine that turned to vinegar? ...PR...

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    if you look at my ski..it's all black..no water spots..I use a carnuba wax on the paint and gel coat..works great...give it a good wash first then use the wax..with the wax on you will see how much easier the dirt comes off the next time you wash it..but after you wash it you must towel dry..i dont care what spot free device or cleaner you use, they dont work..towel dry it then wax..i do the same with my Hummer. and when ever people see my vehicles they think they are new...even if my ski is now a busted piece of shit!!! lol

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    I had this same question posted a couple months back.I tried vinegar,Windex,magic erasers,wax,etc.Nothing would work.Then,on a whim and at my wits end,I looked in under the kitchen sink and grabbed a spray bottle of Easy Off Bam Grime & Lime Remover,worked like a charm!!!! Try it out.

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    Waterspots

    Scrub Free. Cheap and will not hurt the decals or paint.

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    Summers Eve Douche works well Very good mixture of vinegar and water.And if you have and left over it wont go to waste. Very handy household item for the women in the house. LOL

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    What Dr Len said! I have always used a mix of 50% white vinegar (the cheap stuff) and water in a big spray bottle ... always takes off all water spots, works great, super cheap.

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