I have a water spot problem on my paint. Does anyone know of a filter type system that can be attached to an outdoor faucet to filter the water prior to it being dispensed?
....there are several solutions that will at least help and most of the ones I can think of have been mentioned here (whole house filtration/softener, inline softener, DI system and a handheld like the Mr Clean).I have a water spot problem on my paint. Does anyone know of a filter type system that can be attached to an outdoor faucet to filter the water prior to it being dispensed?
….yeah, I suppose its all in how you look at it. The advantage of a system like this would greatly depend on your specific needs/scenario and whether or not you stand to gain from any of the added benefits (it's all relative).damn!! thats a lot of coin to get a spot free rinse. I just wipe down with a chamois and i dont get the spots
...ooops, sorry. I got you and Mekanic mixed up as far as the DI systems you guys were using.I'm still just using the inline jobbie. I just couldn't bring myself to pay $350 for the big boy.
Since I don't drive my car in bad weather I can usually get by with one was every other week, so my inline lasts me 20-24 weeks which is enough to get me through spring/summer. In the winter obviously I don't wash it near as often.
....hope you find a solution that works.Thanks guys! Exactly what I was looking for. Still have a few months till I'm out of a deep freeze but I'll be looking into one of these systems. My outside water points are not hooked up to my water softener so my paint always has horendous spots regardless of what I do. One of these setups should help.