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Undrdog WSP FAQUpdated 3 months ago

Quick Q&A about our Water Spot Remover

Undrdog WSP removes water spots, mineral build-up, and tough stains on your vehicle.

What is Undrdog WSP good for?

Undrdog WSP is excellent for removing water spots from your vehicle's paint or glass. It can easily eliminate built-up water spots from sprinklers, rain, sea air, etc. If WSP doesn't do the trick, you likely need to have the area polished or sanded to remove etching.

What is the difference between a water spot and a water spot etching?

Great question, these oftentimes get confused as the same issue. The best way we have found to explain this is a water spot is the mineral build-up on top of the paint. Water spot etching is the damage left behind by these minerals. Imagine a water spot being the high spot - like a mountain, and the etching being a low spot - like a canyon. Once etching occurs, the only way to remove this is through polishing or wet sanding.

What happens if the WSP dries on my vehicle?

You are screwed. This time we mean it - do not let it dry on any surface of your vehicle. It can cause damage if left for too long on the right kind of paint or glass. 

To be safe, we suggest using this with two towels, one towel to apply the WSP, the other soaked with water to remove any WSP residue. We don't mean to scare you, we just want to inform you of the possible risk factors. As long as you follow the instructions and use this in the shade, there should be no worries.

Can I use Undrdog WSP on matte or satin finishes?

Yes, you can. Our WSP is a great remover for all finishes.

Can I use Undrdog WSP on vinyl wraps?

Yes, you can.

Do I really need to wear gloves and proper safety gear?

Yes, when working with any chemical, including ours, you should wear gloves and respiratory wear. No two bodies are alike and it is better to be safe than sorry.

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