Visually, it is hard to tell the difference between a hard water (mineral) stain, and an acid rain (pollutant) stain. They both appear as water spots on your vehicles exterior finish and windows. They look as though they should easily be wiped away with a wash, but they do not budge. This is because when the water from a sprinkler system or rain in the city falls on your vehicle, the water contains contaminates. As the water on the surface evaporates away, the contaminates are left behind on the vehicle. As the water dries, they adhere themselves to the paint or windows, and become extremely difficult to remove. It takes aggressive processes such as wet sanding and compounding to full remove these stubborn water spots.
Due to the varying nature and severity of these types of stains, a visual estimate will be needed to full assess how much work will be required to remove them (click here to set up a FREE in shop estimate)