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    Wipe and shine

    I have used a product called Sundance to wipe down the boat after a day of boating. Does Frenzy make a comparable product, which can be applied, either wet or dry to remove the grime/water spots and leave a shine behind.

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    Re: Wipe and shine

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Esta
    I have used a product called Sundance to wipe down the boat after a day of boating. Does Frenzy make a comparable product, which can be applied, either wet or dry to remove the grime/water spots and leave a shine behind.
    I use 50% white vinegar 50% water, works great.
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    I believe that's what the spray wax is for, but I'll have to have Kim answer that one. If not then I use 50% white Vinegar and 50% windshield wiper fluid. Makes a nice green color and doesn't leave the streaks that I used to get with 50% water.
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    Our Spray Wax can be used on wet or dry. Spray a thin layer on and wipe off! Doesn't streak windows or leave a film.

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    Kim, does the spray wax have vinegar to remove the water spots or will I need to do that first before appling the spray wax?

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    Kim correct me if I'm wrong here, but Seaesta, I don't believe the wax contains vinegar, but like the rub on wax, it cleans and waxes at the same time. I used it on my boat without having used the vinegar solution first, and it took the water spots off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Esta
    Kim, does the spray wax have vinegar to remove the water spots or will I need to do that first before appling the spray wax?

    No need for vinegar. The Frenzy! Spray Wax will remove the water spots and shine in one step...especially, if you have already protected the finish with Waxing Frenzy! We are having outstanding results in the West (Lake Havasu) where they not only have water spot problems, but most spray waxes they use evaporate before they can wipe it on. Ours will not evaporate, even on hot surfaces, which allows it to be "worked" into the finish.

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    Kim,

    I have to say thanks! I used Frenzy for the first time and it has to be the easiest wax one could ever use. I was surprised who far the wax will go.
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