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Meguiar's Water Spot Remover - 16 oz. Gently Polish away water spots from paint finishes only (NOT for use on flat, matte or satin finishes). For best results, apply to a freshly washed & dried surface that is cool and in the shade. May be applied by hand, dual action polisher or Meguiar's DA Power System.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. For glossy paint finishes only (NOT for use flat, matte or satin finishes).
- Apply product directly onto a soft foam applicator pad, DA or DA Power System foam polishing pad or 100%cotton terry towel. Using moderate pressure, work the product into the paint making 2-4 overlapping passes. If applying by HAND, use a tight, circular pattern. Heavy water spots may require re-application of product and more passes.
- Work one section at a time, removing the product as you go with a premium towel like Meguiar's Supreme Shine microfiber or 100% cotton terry towel. Do not allow product to dry - if it does, re-apply product over the dried portions and immediately remove.
- Turn to a clean portion of the towel for final wipe off. Protect the newly polished finish with Meguiar's Ultimate Wax.
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|Review by Paul|
I had a few difficult water spots on the hood of my black Audi. Meguiar's took care of the spots where other products failed. I used a white lake country pad on a DA. Some spots came off in 2 to 4 passes, others required 2 or 3 more applications. It would have probably gone faster if I used an orange pad, but I wanted to be less aggressive on the clear coat. One thing to note is that if you have dark paint then you will need to follow up with a good polish to clean up the light swirls this product will leave on your finish. I expected to follow up with polish and I don't see this as a failure of the product. I was skeptical in buying a product only costing $10, but this proves that you don't always have to spend a lot of $ for good results.