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The water spots are acid rain. I dont care where you live your gonna have it...unless your like im some area 2983128931283091 miles away from smog/ factories/ etc etc.

Using a good buffer... not a orbital one... but the good.... 6000rpm ones.. should rid the problem. Depends on the severity. What we do at work is wet sand it with 1500... use a mild buffing compound... then go back over it a different pad with swirl mark remover applied. i dont recommend you doing this. Those buffers will burn the clear right off ur car if u dont know what ur doing. :)
 

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Take it to a REAL detailer or a body shop and get it wet sanded...that would take it out. Either that or they will use some really fine rubbing compound and that should take it out, but I wouldn't do this yourself. If they mess up your paint they have to take care of it.
 

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Nates95Accord said:


Using a good buffer... not a orbital one... but the good.... 6000rpm ones.. should rid the problem. Depends on the severity. What we do at work is wet sand it with 1500... use a mild buffing compound... then go back over it a different pad with swirl mark remover applied. i dont recommend you doing this. Those buffers will burn the clear right off ur car if u dont know what ur doing. :)
I wouldn't use a buffer. My brother's car was scratched by the tint place when he got it put on. There's a body shop right next door they went to and traded the scratches for swirl marks.

Try white vinegar w/water, or a clay bar
 
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