I've had too many bad experiences with dealers. I'll only go there if it's a warranty job that I can't easily do myself.firebird said:If it were mine it would be back to the Dealer or at least the 1st oil change unless its really bad.
I like this suggestion. I'll give the vinegar a go tonight. Thanks!GerryL said:Waterspots are generally calcium carbonate and quite alkaline. Try a little vinegar (a very mild acid) on a rag on the glass and give it a little time. You can rinse the whole thing with water when you're done, but the vinegar is pretty benign and many folks use that for water spots on paint anyway. As mentioned, any of those rust/scale removers will work also although I would be more sure to get them completely rinsed off when done.
Yeah, I've got a big bottle that I've been using for years. It doesn't take much. Problem is, the spots were there before I got a chance to protect it.xseler said:Once you get the spots off, use some Rain-X on all your windows. Rain-X will help to keep the spots from forming in the future. It 'smooths' the glass preventing the minerals from sticking.