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Satin Black Hood water spots removal
Can anyone give me any ideas on how to remove water spots from a Satin Black hood? Here is the backstory:
I use McGuire's Car Wash Shampoo when washing the Challenger, along with a DC water deionizer(DC-120) for a spotless rinse. early this month after soaping the car, I went to rinse it and realized that the DC unit had weak resin in it--and when the car dried it left water spots on the car. Arg! The new resin arrived, I put it in the DC unit and did the same wash routine this weekend. The car looks beautiful and dried spotless--but the water spots on the satin black hood from the previous wash remain.
Anyone know of a product or of a way to get those spots out? Apparently re-washing the car with the McGuires and using the de-ionized water did not work. Is there a safe compound that you know of that I can use to get those water spots out? I have not tried anything else yet.
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