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Old 05-04-2016, 07:42 PM   #1
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Hard water spots

How can you prevent hard water spots and how can you get rid of them. I had thought of adding jet dry to my pressure washer reservoir and use the soap setting on the pressure head. My shoulders can't take the wax on/wax cycle anymore.

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1 gallon garden sprayer and 1oz of Jet Dry to start, if that doesn't work try a little more Jet Dry. I think adding it to the soap dispenser might apply too much.
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I use a deionizer that I got at Costco online... works great to prevent spots, but to get the spots off that were already on there, I used a clay bar and detailing spray. Very little effort involved. Spray and lightly rub with the bar .
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