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Has anyone found anything good to clean off all the water spots? I don't want to use typical chemicals that are used for fiber glass if they'll damage the hull on the spark. Can someone tell me if it's okay to use or if there's anything else that I could use to clean it?


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I've been using my own 50/50 mixture of water and vinegar. Always worked for me but it all depends on how your maintain your coat of wax. If your wax layer is thin I find that waterspots gets easily etched making harder to remove. Or you can buy some duckys water spot remover.

[ame]http://www.amazon.com/Ducky-Water-Spot-Remover-32-Ounce/dp/B000WNU02S[/ame]

can go wrong with either of them.
 

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I've been using my own 50/50 mixture of water and vinegar. Always worked for me but it all depends on how your maintain your coat of wax. If your wax layer is thin I find that waterspots gets easily etched making harder to remove. Or you can buy some duckys water spot remover.

http://www.amazon.com/Ducky-Water-Spot-Remover-32-Ounce/dp/B000WNU02S

can go wrong with either of them.
water and vinegar works like magic for cleaning a lot of things, got to love how it also works well for this.
 

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I have used vinegar and water on the toys and adding a couple ounces of 100% lemon juice to the mix is also good.
My Favorite is Dollar store lemon Pledge for most plastics.
 

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I have used vinegar and water on the toys and adding a couple ounces of 100% lemon juice to the mix is also good.
My Favorite is Dollar store lemon Pledge for most plastics.
Never tried adding in lemon juice, i'll give it a shot next time I mix up a bottle.

I've thought about using pledge but i remember someone mentioning that theres some other things in pledge that dries out the plastic.
 

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Old beach towels or new. I keep a pile to wipe off all my toys. First Mcguires instant detail spray and then a wipedown. Im a perfectionist on my finishes.
 

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303 Protectant is the goods. I literally cover every external surface of the Spark with it. Not wax based. Amazing stuff.
 

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+1 for aerospace 303. Amazing stuff. Very easy to apply, makes the ski glisten like a waxed glass ski. And is UV stable, should prevent the plastics from becoming brittle over time. Lasts a long time too.
 

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I don't bother cleaning off the water spots. Mine stays indoors when not in use so sun damage isn't an issue.

In any case, it's never very long until the Spark is going right back into the water to get more spot.
 

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I keep my skis in the water for weeks at a time and get a nice lake film. I use Muratic Acid in a bug sprayer and it removes anything organic. You can see it working, just spray it off after it does its thing. Use gloves, long sleeves and a mask because as best I can tell humans are organic.
 
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