Hard water spots is seen on your vehicle when you wash it with water heavy in minerals. When the water dries on the vehicle, it forms small water spots that can be seen in the sunlight. If you continue to let the water to dry in this manner, the minerals in the water will eventually affect the buffing and paint job. However, there are steps you can take to keep hard water spots from forming when you wash your automobile.
Wipe the Car Exterior Dry
Each time you rinse the vehicle after washing, use old towels to wipe the water off the vehicle. Dry the painted area, chrome, and plastic components of the car like the bumper. Go over each part several times so no streaks of water are left as these can also leave marks with residue on the vehicles surface.
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Keep the Car Out of the Rain
many people think a rain shower will wash off the dirt from the vehicle. However, rain, like all ground water sources, can also contain a lot of minerals, as well as dust and dirt, and leave spots. If possible, keep your car in the garage during rainstorms