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So when I bought the car it had some water spots on the windows and at first I didn't think anything could remove them.

I've looked on here and other places seeing if people had these issues but no matter what I tried they would not come off.

Well, I went down to the chemical guys store here and picked up some of their water spot remover and holy shit it did it.

I already like there other products (kinda pricey but they do the job well) and this stuff actually works amazing. So if you need stubborn water spots off make sure to give this a try.
 

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I love chemical guys but their having big issues.
I have three orders that I ordered before christmas and two since january first, and for some reason, the tracking numbers all show awaiting pickup.... i emailed them 10 times and finally called on tuesday and got to speak to someone. The girl was looking into it and never called me back yet.... wtf
I wonder if they are going out of business
I don't think so. The store was fully stocked and they also have a bunch of stuff at Walmart.

I would see if there is a local store to you.
 

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Yep, I've used that stuff. Works great. It's slow going (you have to do a very small area at a time) but it's easy to use and works on the first pass.
I went a little ham and just layed it out all over my hood and then just washed it off since the water spots were so new.

But on the windows I had to let it sit and do some scrubbing in a very small area.
 

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Sounds like some scrubbing is needed? When I purchased my 2018 HC with factory black satin hood it came equipped with water spots. I've tried water/rubbing alcohol, vinegar and Dr. Beasley's water spot remover, nothing has worked. I'm concerned that if I get aggressive with the scrubbing I'll get some sheen which will be more noticeable than the water spots. Should I try the Chemical Guys other suggestions?
I did a little scrubbing and it didn't seem to do anything
 
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