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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-31-2006, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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How to remove water marks

I have a few on my hood that i just cant get rid of any ideas?

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Use a clay bar, or talk to a body shop about what kind of abrasive polish to use. Don't really know what else u could use. Hope this helps.
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clay bar is the easiest
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Clay bar is a good start, but probably won't remove acid rain etching, if it's gone that far.

My suggestion is to spend a little time over at the forums
at www.meguiarsonline.com learning the process for polishing. There's excellent information there, even if you don't use their products.

You will need the right tools and the right materials to do it well, and most likely to your satisfaction.

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