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Old 08-12-2004, 11:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok i just waxed my car... first time... ever.. i jus usually wash it every week...

Ok... i used meguair gold class liquid... after 2 days.. in some areas.. there are like circles and circles of like .... rain drops... (it is not rained.... i garage the car)

is it something im doing wrong.. i took a cloth and buff it out a lil...

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i know of one thing you did wrong, if this was the first time you waxed the car, then you should have prepared the paint using a pre-wax cleaner


i'm not sure what caused the spots your talking about
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so i use a prewax cleaner than put the gold class wax on it ?
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ya somthing like that, you have to somehow remove the crap that gets stuck on the paint.
washing the car does not get everything.
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justphong, it sounds like you might have hard water. Spots can also happen when you wash you car if you leave the soap/water for too long. You need to be sure to rinse and dry well in a short period. Of course waxing after the spots are there just protects them. I would suggest pain-cleaning clay or as white 330ci mentioned a pre-wax prep cleaner. Clay is really the best, it removes all the contaminants and ensures a smooth surface to polish and wax.
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