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Old 07-09-2018, 07:05 PM
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So I moved to a new house a couple of months ago and my baby has to sleep outside. I usually cover it when I think it is going to rain but I got caught off-guard a few times. And because of this, water spots have popped all over my paint...
First it really upsets me but more importantly I canít get rid of it, I spent approximately 20 minutes rubbing it with a towel damped in soap but itís still here.
So my question to you all week end warriors out there is:
How the F do I get rid of it?
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:25 PM
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Hi,

I got something similar last year, I asked my detailer for some advice and he told me to use a product called ecoclean delete from a company called IGL Coatings, it worked wonders: it is formulated to “eat” the stain (the words of my detailer, not mine ahaha) thanks to its very high acidity.
Here is where to buy it: https://www.lazada.com.my/products/e...4__10001098__1
This being said, urban rain is usually very high in iron so you might want to try an iron remover too... I am not too sure about the effectiveness but if everything else fails that could be your last resort.
It is a Malaysian company hence they are on this website and not on amazon, sorry ahaha!
Anyways, if you so choose to use it get back to me and tell me if it worked as well as when I used it!
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Hi Ceatom, thanks for your reply, I've asked my detailer about this ecoclean delete from IGL Coatings and he said it usually works well against water marks... Anyways, he has a bottle so I'll just buy it from him, Thanks for your help!
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Hi!
Reporting for duty!
I used ecoclean delete and it worked so well, 10/10 would recommend!
Thank you for your help!
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Originally Posted by tiger85 View Post
Hi!
Reporting for duty!
I used ecoclean delete and it worked so well, 10/10 would recommend!
Thank you for your help!
Hi Dear,
well noted your recommendation and hope it will be nice suggestion for me as well as will help to re-solve my problem.

Thanks a lot for your support.
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