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Old 04-17-2012, 06:50 PM
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Sorry to here about that issue of well water and spots on your new truck, I would be so pissed. I have always used Zaino Brothers polish on my cars and trucks, love this stuff, real amazing products.

The first thing I did when I got my truck was 2 coats of Zaino brothers polymer polish.

you can find there products here and what they do.

http://www.zainostore.com/,

I usually put 6 coats every 6 months, but since it was still winter here, I could only put 2. Will be doing a full clay and zaino next week when it warms up a bit.

you might want to look at this product, on my old grand cherokee I has some spots like you explain, not sure its the same thing, I had tried all sort of paint cleaners and clay bars, never got rid of them, but I used this product on it and it got I would say 85% gone, you can barely see them. Might be worth of shot, many of there products work really well for dark colored paints.

Z-PC Fusion Dual Action Paint Cleaner Swirl Remover


http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...oduct_Count=20

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You said it --

"Unfortunately, no amount of wax on, wax off will remove them. They appear to be burned into the clear coat... "

If that's the case - if it has in fact burned into the clearcoat - then don't waste your money on ANY kind of detailing product.

I've been detailing on/off for almost 20 years and know a thing or two.

We both know unless you get out the something in the calibre of the Flex XC 3401 VRG Polisher, some quality [high-end] detailing/correction products and some serious time and effort, no type of OTC product applied by hand [no matter how many times] is going to fix your issue.... period!

Do yourself a favor: Contact Dylan von Kleist at Adam's Premium Car Care at the contact methods below. He is one of the most astute individuals you'll meet when it comes to automotive detailing and paint finishes..... and a ell' of a nice guy.

Tell him Grubrunner sent you.

Dylan@AdamsPolishes.com

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Sorry to here about that issue of well water and spots on your new truck, I would be so pissed. I have always used Zaino Brothers polish on my cars and trucks, love this stuff, real amazing products.

The first thing I did when I got my truck was 2 coats of Zaino brothers polymer polish.

you can find there products here and what they do.

http://www.zainostore.com/,

I usually put 6 coats every 6 months, but since it was still winter here, I could only put 2. Will be doing a full clay and zaino next week when it warms up a bit.

you might want to look at this product, on my old grand cherokee I has some spots like you explain, not sure its the same thing, I had tried all sort of paint cleaners and clay bars, never got rid of them, but I used this product on it and it got I would say 85% gone, you can barely see them. Might be worth of shot, many of there products work really well for dark colored paints.

Z-PC Fusion Dual Action Paint Cleaner Swirl Remover


http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/...oduct_Count=20

Hope this can help

Do you have a part number for this polsh? Thanks in advance.
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I have commented on this problem in other posts. I have pits and holes in the clear coat along hood. What appears to be no clear coat over quarter size section along bumper. My biggest complaint was a 6"x 12" section in truck bed directly behind rear passenger window that looks like black overspray under clearcoat. Took to dealership the other day. They took pictures and sent to corp. They will fix paint issue, but need truck for 4 days. I don't really like the idea of my brand new truck heading to the body shop for paint. It has currently 3,000 miles on it. I'm going to maybe try to barter for a spray in bed liner and just cover up the mess. Wish me luck
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