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white vinegar no workie #4759239
05/16/18 09:09 PM
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benjy Offline OP
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tried the white vinegar with + without water neither removed my water spots, but an older bottle of griot's machine polish #2 did an EXCELLENT job followed by Collinite 915, black is now beautiful!!!

Re: white vinegar no workie [Re: benjy] #4759251
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Vinegar will work if the spots are due to mineral residue ON THE SURFACE.

But if your water spots are literally etched into the glass or paint, yes you must you an abrasive.

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