Advice fro removing VERY hard water spots on windows and hard water in general.
I just moved from Oregon where the water is absolutely pure and does not water spot at all. I now live in Arizona in an apt but I have a garage now so I can wash/detail when I need to. The water however, is TERRIBLE. I literally cannot dry my car fast enough for the water to not spot. I have to run over my car with some QD and a MF to get them off which is a pita.
My windows are pretty rough. I have tried using a Scotch Brite and some compound, some M105 and a PC and Adams yellow pad, CCS orange pad, and also a hand towel. I am not really sure what do use now. It essentially either scratches (Scotch Brite obviously) or not not remove the spots and make the window grimy.
I need some help here. ANy advice appreciated about the hard water as well. I feel like there really isn't a way around it.
Oh, yeah, I also need to start protecting my trim/black plastic and dash with something from the Az sun. My car sits at work un covered from the elements 5 days a week, every week. I feel like I need to do something for the old girl....maybe cover it every day? Thats an extra 10 minutes every day that I really don't have. It would be a pita hauling a car cover around too.
While we're at it, what is a good product for sealing my wheels? Can I use Simple Green to clean them? Like it won't take the finish or clear coat off of them will it?
Lol, since being down here and commuting 20 miles a day, my car has seen rain, baking sun, dust, grime/finger prints, automatic tranny fluid, oil, etc. Its been through hell a back and it's really hard to keep clean.
Sorry, just need to vent. Help appreciated!!
My car is white btw.