Originally Posted by RZJZA80
See it all the time, a good rinsing/washing with dawn and clay it. Depending how caked on they are, you may need to clay it a little more than normal or use a more aggressive clay.
I used Dawn, twice, and went through almost an entire Pinnacle Polyclay bar... was hoping there was something more specific out there, thanks though!
Originally Posted by 2old2change
I take care of a fleet of white F-250 crew cabs for a landscaping co plus my son and myself have the same trucks. This last yr or so these what I call rust specs have popped up all over the place. I also suspect the salting and treatment to prevent icing to be the cause.If this is what is showing in your pics then a decontaminent is what will take care of the problem. A product such as Iron-X will remove these type of spots easily.
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Originally Posted by bmwgalore
Yup, IronX/Trix will do.
AWESOME, you guys are the best! I did a Mercedes last week and it was covered in these spots, using a specific chemical for this will REALLY aid in my turnaround time (and aggravation)! I love this forum!
PS: Differences between the IronX and Trix, and which do you prefer?