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while i was detailing last weekend i noticed waterspots all over my chrome window trim. :thumbdwn: I thought they were waterspots so i tried to remove them with vinegar, but it didnt work....Any suggestions ?..... TIA
 

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topazblur said:
while i was detailing last weekend i noticed waterspots all over my chrome window trim. :thumbdwn: I thought they were waterspots so i tried to remove them with vinegar, but it didnt work....Any suggestions ?..... TIA

Yes!

I had the same problem, until......

Until I used "NEVER DULL" Wadding.

Works bit*hen!

2 thumbs up!!
:thumb: :thumb:

Available at marine stores, I dunno where else...
:dunno:
 

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What?

Jon actually doing detail work on his BMW? I thought that's what the dealership was for! :lmao:
 

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LOL!

scottn2retro said:
Jon actually doing detail work on his BMW? I thought that's what the dealership was for! :lmao:
Hehe...

Well, now that you've mentioned it...

I did the old "Never Dull" wadding treatment right after the Boyz had just finished detailing my ride...

It only took me a sec!



:) :)
 

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Hmm-

I've found that some good old Meguiar's Quil Detailer removes waterspots on the chrome pretty effectively.
 

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I'm telling ya....

robg said:
Hmm-

I've found that some good old Meguiar's Quil Detailer removes waterspots on the chrome pretty effectively.

I'm telling ya, **nothing** works better that "Never Dull" for making the metal shine...
 

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besides, too complicated

the use of Meguair's would mean using a bottle AND a towel in the other hand. Jon's guyz wouldn't allow him to do that much work! :angel:
 

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I agree with Jon, 'Nevr Dull' is excellent on chrome trim.
 

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Nevr Dull did it for me. In severe case, I used a very, very, very fine steel wool too.
 

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I'll have to give it a try. I'm not so motivated since it would be 1 more product in my already-too-large car care arsenal-- and the stuff I have seems to do the job to my liking.

Ahh- 1 more thing to be OCD about. :)
 
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