The water soluble cones are dimethicone copolylol and any cone with PEG- and a number in front of it. Dimethicone and amodimethicone are not too bad, so if you don't use large amounts daily you might be able to remove it with a non-sulfate shampoo. You could also try an ACV rinse. Cyclopentasiloxane would require sulfates.
The V05 spray might be okay. The amodimethicone is, as I said, not the worst, and at least there are a couple of other ingredients in front of it on the list. The dimethicone has PEG-12 in front of it so it should be soluble.