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Old 04-04-2017, 09:18 AM   #11
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Sorry but I've only just got around to reading this fascinating article on such a beautiful car. What puzzles me is the type of damage and where did it come from? Surely it is not water from a tap (faucet) or rain water. Was the car parked near to an industrial site where contaminated water was blown onto the car?
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Old 04-04-2017, 09:37 AM   #12
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Just one word for that job wow.
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These next two shots are cropped out of the above pictures. These are NOT simply stains ON the paint but the perimeter edges of the spots are ETCHINGS that penetrate into the paint here
. Thus you cannot simply WIPE these types of spots off the paint and "NO" vinegar will not work to remove these types of spots more
. The ONLY way to remove these types of water spots is to abrade the surface with a polish or a compound.
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Old 23-10-2018, 09:32 PM   #14
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These next two shots are cropped out of the above pictures. These are NOT simply stains ON the paint but the perimeter edges of the spots are ETCHINGS that penetrate into the paint here
. Thus you cannot simply WIPE these types of spots off the paint and "NO" vinegar will not work to remove these types of spots more
. The ONLY way to remove these types of water spots is to abrade the surface with a polish or a compound.
What pictures can't see anything
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