This water spot remover has a strong acidic mixture that softens the hard minerals that have been left behind by hard water; especially by lawn sprinklers.
Make sure you always have something to rinse off the eraser gel before you start applying this product, because it could stain if you let it dry. Eraser gel is going to eat through the calcium that you have here. Whenever you’re working to remove water spots on the glass with eraser gel that your working time is less than one minute, otherwise it can dry and stain the glass. It sounds a little scary… not really. You just have to work in small sections, and leave it long enough to let it do its job and then rinse it off. You can repeat these steps if necessary.
One of the most annoying things that you may find in your car is the presence of water spots. These are faded white chalky marks across the exterior of your vehicle that can make it look horrible and also eat through the paint job. These are calcium deposits and harsh minerals from hard water conditions. The most annoying part could be the windows of your automobile. Especially when the windshield has water spots it is very bad for the visibility. The Gel like consistency prevents the solution from running down your car surface.
For years, 3D Eraser has been a well-known hard water spot remover among car owners and detailers. This car water spot remover has a strong acidic mixture that softens the hard minerals that have been left off by the water, especially nearby sprinklers. So how does a car get hard water stains? These stains on your glass can come from dried mineral deposits, acid rain, and most often when a car is constantly exposed to rainy or snowy days (which occur mostly in the East Coast or Mid-West). Winter weather habitats, don’t worry you’re not the only ones that have to face unpleasant water-spot stains; residents from warm weather climates such as Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada are also victims of hard water stains when a car is exposed to garden sprinklers. And in this case, what you need is a universal water spot remover.
Water spots can also occur if someone hoses down a car with just water from a garden hose. We’ve seen a beautiful Ferrari spotted all over and brought back to a metallic bullet shine by removing those ugly spots with 3D Eraser. How do I get rid of water spots? The problem with the application of regular soap and water onto the spots is that it tends to be too weak to scrape off the calcium deposits immediately and sometimes, instead of removing these tough water spots through prolonged washing your car’s paint job gets damaged. With Eraser, that won’t be the case. Many have tried and many will testify that this water spot remover really does work. It’s not just the effectiveness that sets it apart. This water spot remover is also quite easy to use. All you have to do is dab a little on to an applicator then to the affected area, almost like applying wax back and forth but not in circular motions and rinse it! For the proper application please read the instructions before using this product. You’ll immediately see the results afterward. What’s more is that you don’t have to worry about its chemical components. The Eraser water spot remover is made from biodegradable ingredients that will not harm your vehicle’s surfaces and if used as directed it will not in any way do any harm to the environment. Use with steel wool, very fine for eliminating water spots on windows. Superfine steel wool works best with this water spot remover for removing water spots from car windows. Do not leave on for long and apply in shade.