“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”
“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”

Right, then...

Moving in to the detailing portion of getting the Z3 back to its former glory. While the underlying paint is shiny, there were little bits of what have you stuck to the surface - most of which I dispatched with a clay bar (mild, I assume - they were in the Mother’s kit with the lubricant and the microfiber towel). But there are still water spots from when the car was living outside. I think these might be etched in the clear coat as the paint is now fairly smooth. I’ve seen some folks recommend vinegar (or even diluted wheel cleaner) - anyone try these with any success. Or is this something I’m going to have to try and polish out?

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Yes, I know I can YouTube all sorts of shit that answers this, but those are a bunch of weirdo strangers, no fine folks like our fellow Opponauts.

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