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    Default Hot sauce on windshield

    I have accumulated some good water spots on windshield lately. Hot sauce works great on boat. Any reason why it should not be used on windshield?


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsmojo View Post
    I have accumulated some good water spots on windshield lately. Hot sauce works great on boat. Any reason why it should not be used on windshield?


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    Just use vinegar and water, it clear the windows way better than hot sauce.

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    After I wipe the boat down with Hot Sauce I usually hand Ash the towel I used and she wipes down the outside of our glass that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dusty2221 View Post
    After I wipe the boat down with Hot Sauce I usually hand Ash the towel I used and she wipes down the outside of our glass that way.
    Awesome. Thanks. Will Ash wipe my windshield down?


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsmojo View Post
    Awesome. Thanks. Will Ash wipe my windshield down?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsask View Post
    Just use vinegar and water, it clear the windows way better than hot sauce.

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    I second this. We had Nasty water spots, on windows and the black boat - I mean nasty! Hot sauce worked well, but now one locally sells it so I always ordered online for a pretty penny after shipping. Someone at my local launch suggested 1/3 parts vinegar 2/3 parts water, I laughed at him, but told him I'd try it. OMG - worked 10x better then hot sauce! Put in a spray bottle, sprayed on boat, let sit a minute, wiped of - not a single spot! Vinegar scent is gone in a few minutes. Every now and then I throw a quick flagship spray wax on, dealer look!!! I liked the results so much I bought a soap mixing hose sprayer. Fill it with vinegar, and a very small amount of boat soap, and just spray the water spot black boat down and wipe clean. When I'm done with boat I use that damp towel on windows and spots disappear that have been on there for days! Nothing beats a 30 cent gallon of water spot remover.


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    Best pic I could find of the water spots we had after a few outings.

    After a simple vinegar and water mist and wipe down. No wax or buffing. Just the wipe!

    Shits Magical!


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    Vinegar/water mix is great for cleaning, but it will remove all the wax as well. Pretty important to re-wax whenever you use vinegar. That is why I only use it once in a while
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    Quote Originally Posted by moombahighrider View Post
    Vinegar/water mix is great for cleaning, but it will remove all the wax as well. Pretty important to re-wax whenever you use vinegar. That is why I only use it once in a while
    Yeah I always put something on after vinegar. But it's worth it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by s281cheddar View Post
    I second this. We had Nasty water spots, on windows and the black boat - I mean nasty! Hot sauce worked well, but now one locally sells it so I always ordered online for a pretty penny after shipping. Someone at my local launch suggested 1/3 parts vinegar 2/3 parts water, I laughed at him, but told him I'd try it. OMG - worked 10x better then hot sauce! Put in a spray bottle, sprayed on boat, let sit a minute, wiped of - not a single spot! Vinegar scent is gone in a few minutes. Every now and then I throw a quick flagship spray wax on, dealer look!!! I liked the results so much I bought a soap mixing hose sprayer. Fill it with vinegar, and a very small amount of boat soap, and just spray the water spot black boat down and wipe clean. When I'm done with boat I use that damp towel on windows and spots disappear that have been on there for days! Nothing beats a 30 cent gallon of water spot remover.


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