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Old 10-23-2011, 12:44 PM   #1
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Unorthadox way to remove water spots.

Used a little invisable glass on a clean microfibre cloth after washing truck and it removed all the water spots. Opinions on if I removed and wax that may have been on the truck. Sure came out great thow.
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Used a little invisable glass on a clean microfibre cloth after washing truck and it removed all the water spots. Opinions on if I removed and wax that may have been on the truck. Sure came out great thow.
Thanks for you opinions.

Doubt it, you should be fine. I used it at well before. Just as long as you're not putting petroleum based products on your paint!

If you're bothered by it, another coat of wax never hurts!!!
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You're much better off using a quick detailer or spray wax for touchups after a wash.

Invisible Glass is a great product and does pretty well on grime and bug splats so I'd have a hard time believing it doesn't also cut wax. Of course it's most likely gentler than a glass cleaner with ammonia, like Windex.
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