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    Is Spotless will be degraded of the coating Cquartz?

    Hi There,

    Could you please share your thought about spotless product..


    1. Is Spotless will be degraded the coating of Cquartz?

    2. Any next step need to apply after using spotless product?

    Thanks,


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    I used it a couple times and I have had mixed results with it. Meaning sometimes it doesn't affect the coating and other times it does. So it is hard for me to give you the correct answer. If it does affect the hydrophobic properties of the coating you could always top it with Elixir or Reload quite often or polish and reapply.

    I found that most of these water spot removers don't really work unless the spots are fresh. Other than that they don't really do much for older spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    I used it a couple times and I have had mixed results with it. Meaning sometimes it doesn't affect the coating and other times it does. So it is hard for me to give you the correct answer. If it does affect the hydrophobic properties of the coating you could always top it with Elixir or Reload quite often or polish and reapply.

    I found that most of these water spot removers don't really work unless the spots are fresh. Other than that they don't really do much for older spots.
    Thanks Guz for your thought..
    Unfortunately i donít have elixir or reload on hand. Is there any option to replace them?

    Or any other product to remove the water spots (fresh or old) if you can suggest?


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    Any silica spray sealant will do just fine.

    Unfortunately most don't work unless they are fresh just as I mentioned. You could try spotless but if that does not work then you are going to have to polish and reapply the coating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Any silica spray sealant will do just fine.

    Unfortunately most don't work unless they are fresh just as I mentioned. You could try spotless but if that does not work then you are going to have to polish and reapply the coating.
    Cool.

    So, will try and letís see.


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