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Gerder

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As tires, wheels, and rims are constantly exposed to contaminants from the road, the elements, and brake dust, they require special attention and the use of a specialized cleaner and a tire protectant.
Of course. Once a year, or so. But I understand your perspective. As a property manager you need arguments for the customers ???
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AtxJustice6r

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Let me turn yall on to a product that will change your life. I've always lived in the country with well water so this has been a battle I've fought for many years as an avid detailer. I do crazy shit now to keep my vehicles clean (like pay friends in the suburbs on city water to use their water to wash my truck). I maintain doing waterless washes using only distilled water. Try this. It melts the hard water spotting away in seconds. Just dilute it 50/50 in a spray bottle, spray small section of panel, mechanically agitate with microfiber then dry. I just try not to use it very often as it's acid and not designed for automotive use but for glaziers and window cleaners. It's safe though, I've used it on my black race truck a dozen times with a $6k paint job.
https://www.amazon.com/CRL-Water-Sp...006JFLVXA/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_pb_opt?ie=UTF8&th=1
 
 



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