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Is there any way to get hard water spots off a car without a product or do I have to buy something? If so what should i buy to get rid of them?
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Mix equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle.
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i forgot what the rags called but its like a stretchy rag you get wet ring it out and wipe your car down and leaves no marks i used it all the time
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What your looking for is a deionized water system. Their a couple hundred bucks and last about 150 gallon of water before having to replace the filter. If you don't wanna spend that then try to wash the car under shade and use a leaf blower to dry the car off. If it still happens then the deionized system is the way to go.

Here one here.. amazon.com/dp/B0056HDCUM/ref=cm_s...&psc=1
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There are a few ways, but you'll need to buy something. You should be trying to get the car dry before the water evaporates leaving the water spots behind. If there are still some remaining, you can use what is called a "quick detailer" which will help remove them. It can be used as a drying aid or just to wipe the panels down once dry.

If you got a lot of money, you can invest in water filtration systems but you should be ok with just a quick detailer or something in my opinion.
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A quick detailer will resolve your issues. Look into "Chemical Guys"
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