Practical Advice to Help You Get the Job Done More Efficiently
If you’ve been in business more than a day, you’ve seen the problem — “hard water spots.” It happens to any one of your clients who parks their car outdoors.
In the early morning someone’s sprinklers kick on and spray their vehicle with water.
Of course no one wipes away the spots, which sets up conditions for the problem to occur — namely sunlight. “The sprinkler water contains high amounts of calcium, magnesium and other minerals that when left to dry in the sun it leaves mineral deposits,” says the folks at the Auto Detail School. “In most cases, a good hand wash will remove the calcium deposits left on the surface. When this does not work, it is time to use a liquid acid cleaner.”
Of course, most pros will immediately question the wisdom of using an acid cleaner on paint. But the Auto Detail School has an answer for that — follow with a hand wax. Read the whole article for step-by-step instructions.
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