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Water Spots on Ceramic Coating

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My car is completely ceramic coated, another brand, and I recently noticed on the roof and top of my trunk there are water spots that I cannot get off. Some do not catch my fingernail when I feel them, but I have two spots that do. The ones that don't, however, were not able to be removed using detail spray or waterless wash. Is there anything I can do?

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It all depends on the brand of coating you used, without knowing that I can only offer multiple solutions for your dilemma.

 

My car is completely ceramic coated, another brand, and I recently noticed on the roof and top of my trunk there are water spots that I cannot get off. Some do not catch my fingernail when I feel them, but I have two spots that do. The ones that don't, however, were not able to be removed using detail spray or waterless wash. Is there anything I can do?

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It all depends on the brand of coating you used, without knowing that I can only offer multiple solutions for your dilemma.

 

 

It's a ceramicpro two year coating. The coating has been on for almost a year now.

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It's a ceramicpro two year coating. The coating has been on for almost a year now.

My suggestion would be to do a decontamination with wheel cleaner.

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you can buy water spot remover.  Or if you have a cleaner polish should clean it right up without harming the coating. 

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If it's ceramic pro you should have a warranty from the installer. You happen to check in to see if that damage is covered? 

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If it's ceramic pro you should have a warranty from the installer. You happen to check in to see if that damage is covered?

I actually never thought to do that. I'll definitely contact them and see what they say.

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