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    trapped water spots underneath UFF.. HELP

    I trapped water spots underneath the Ultimate Fast Finish sealant.. any ideas on how to fix this. thanks

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    Re: trapped water spots underneath UFF.. HELP

    Welcome to MOL.

    Did you try polishing that area to see if the spots are removed?

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    Re: trapped water spots underneath UFF.. HELP

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    Welcome to MOL.

    Did you try polishing that area to see if the spots are removed?

    i used Gold class wax. Its still there. My car is brand new and I am not sure if the polish will affect the top coat.
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    Re: trapped water spots underneath UFF.. HELP

    Welcome to Meguiar's Online. Ultimate Fast Finish will easily come off with a mild abrasive paint cleaner, which is what we would recommend using to address these water spot stains. Most would typically clay bar the car first, (yes, even though it is new), and then proceed with a cleaner/polish, either by hand or with a dual action polisher.

    Assuming you are working by hand, a good start, would be our Ultimate Polish, applied with a soft foam applicator pad. If this did not work to remove the stains after a couple attempts, our Ultimate Compound would be the next recommendation. No worries using either of this according to directions on a new car.

    We can also further help assess how severe the water spots are, with some more information, like, do you know how long they have been on the car? Hope this helps.

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