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I'm not sure what they are, but all of them started to show up after I took it to the dealer. I think they are either oil spots or I did a bad job waxing. I'm unsure, so I need you guys wisdom and solutions on how to get rid of them ~_~!

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Don
 

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A good wash will not remove it. I'm going to try clay baring tomorrow.

Any other ideas ><?
 

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I like the Clay Magic bar from Autozone or AA. It's around $12 and the clay is softer than Mothers and the Meguiars bar. Cut bar into 3rds that way if you drop it you don't have to throw the entire bar out. Wash car first before claying.

If the clay doesn't work try a scratch remover to get the spots out. Meguiars makes excellent scratch removers.

Now it needs some protection from the elements. I'd go for a sealant since its much for durable than a wax.

Try some Duragloss #105. Cleans and protects.

www.duragloss.com Shipping is a flat $5. Their shampoo is great along with the Aquawax. Actually is a spray sealant that will boost your protection.

If you want something from the local store then the Meguiars NXT 2.0 is prob one of the better items available over the counter. The #105 is much more durable and about the same price.
 
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