A strong, penetrating industrial cleaning agent such as a good quality paint sprayer is ideal for water spot removal for cars near me. The sprayer is more suited for drips and patchy areas which have cut into the paintwork. Use a tough foam applicator with a high water spot remover for the affected area, then spread it with a brush or pad. This will form a protective layer to the water spot remover and help it work much better.
If you’re dealing with deep seated water spots, use a high water-based sealant such as Auto Kiwi’s Diamond Glow. This water spot remover will not only remove the water, but also any soluble materials like minerals. These can build up and make your car look old before its time if left untreated.
As water spots are generally caused by mineral deposits, clay bars are an excellent choice. They’re designed to break down the water spots so you can clean off the soil or salt. Auto Detailing Queensland online has a clay bar optimised for almost all makes and models of cars. Use it at least five hours after washing to fully clean off the water spots.
You don’t want to scrape or scratch the paintwork so protect it using a rubber car wax. I use Auto Detailing NZ wax for all my car accessories, including the roof and boot interior. It’s clear, non-stick and waterproof so even after water spots are gone, they can never return! To apply, wipe the water spot with a towel and wax the area until it’s nearly dry. If there’s any excess wax, just use some water on a clean cloth to remove it.
If your clay bar isn’t long enough or powerful enough to remove water spots, try using a water spot removal for cars kit. The easiest way to use one of these is with a wet towel or rag followed by a few drops of water. You simply dampen a cotton cloth with water and begin to rub against the water spot. Using a cotton cloth will prevent you from scratching or ruining the paint.
Once you have completed your water spot removal for cars, take an estimate and date your clay bar. It will vary depending on the amount of mineral deposits found on your cars so don’t be surprised if it’s more than two hours old. This will give you enough time to heat your clay bar and remove all the water spots.
When purchasing a water spray water remover always read the label and follow the directions carefully. Always start at the top and work your way to the bottom. On extremely dirty cars you may need to repeat this step several times. For best results you can also use a combination of water and soap. Never apply water and soap directly to glass surfaces because this will etch them. Use your cloth and water spray water remover in small batches to avoid damaging your glass surfaces.
After you’ve completed water spot remover for cars you should wipe the area with a clean rag and then rinse it. A cloth with warm water can help get rid of soap scum that will accumulate after you finish washing your car. You should repeat this water washing process until the water comes out clean. Using a wet/dry vacuum and the recommended brush attachment will help you keep dirt and water out of the seams and crevices. To finish the water spot removal for cars you should gently rub all the areas with an automotive salt free tire shine spray. If you’re not sure whether or not the water spot remover for cars will achieve the desired results you can test it out for approximately 8 mins show, where the water will absorb into the pad and evaporate, leaving a clean looking wheel to drive away in.