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I was parked at school, and it was a windy day. There were sprinklers near where i parked, but not right next to it. When i got back to my car later that day, i saw that the water from the sprinklers had blown onto my car, and then the water dried. Now there are severe water spots on my hood. I tried waxing it down, but then you can still see it. How can i get it out?
 

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CiRaceTechnik said:
I was parked at school, and it was a windy day. There were sprinklers near where i parked, but not right next to it. When i got back to my car later that day, i saw that the water from the sprinklers had blown onto my car, and then the water dried. Now there are severe water spots on my hood. I tried waxing it down, but then you can still see it. How can i get it out?
that sh*ts the worst isnt it. my car got it pretty bad once. all over the front. now i dont park anywhere even near a sprinkler.
 

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CiRaceTechnik said:
I was parked at school, and it was a windy day. There were sprinklers near where i parked, but not right next to it. When i got back to my car later that day, i saw that the water from the sprinklers had blown onto my car, and then the water dried. Now there are severe water spots on my hood. I tried waxing it down, but then you can still see it. How can i get it out?
Been wondering the same, car is constantly getting hit with road sprinklers. I wondered why washing isn't working.
 

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CiRaceTechnik said:
I was parked at school, and it was a windy day. There were sprinklers near where i parked, but not right next to it. When i got back to my car later that day, i saw that the water from the sprinklers had blown onto my car, and then the water dried. Now there are severe water spots on my hood. I tried waxing it down, but then you can still see it. How can i get it out?
Seriously, First, wash your car to get rid of any dirt, then use a 50/50 solution of vinegar and distilled water with a high-quality microfiber towel and wipe the water marks with light to moderate pressure.
 
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