Hawthorne Engine 1
great write up!
Your filter is definitely putting a dent in the amount of minerals, but it can't stop them all. Principle thing to do is get rid of the spots you have... for that a claybar and polishing treatment will get you back to square one.Dylan,
Im having a really tough time with water spots everwhere. Ive been using the gold class wash by meguiers (sp). From what Ive read here Ill be placing an order with adams this week though. I have a whole house filter that I bought from homedepot and its a 2 micron carbon filter.
Before I would clean a panel at a time and rinse as I go. The last two times I cleaned the entire car and then rinsed the car followed by just letting the water flow. I wash my car when the sun is setting so its blocked by other houses. No matter what I have really bad spots. Any tips?
ThanksPlease explain how the Swirl and Haze Remover & the Fine Machine Polish work to remove swirls. Am I safe to assume they take a small layer out of the clear coat to 'level' the paint? How often should each product be used? Very apprehensive to do anything 'potentially' damaging to a fairly new vehicle.
I know you can use the Detail Spray with clay, not sure about the WW.Hey Dylan,
Can I use the waterless wash as a clay lubricant? I think I read somewhere that I could, but I just want to make sure.
I'd also really like to see the answer to this question posted earlier