The other week my garage became my workshop as I built a simple table out of 2x4s, plywood and 1x4s. https://1drv.ms/f/s!AqQ2rec8yg-clB3jZWkFLMduFrVd
During the project, I needed a wet rag to wipe away excess glue (Titebond III, which is waterproof). My car was steps away in the driveway, full of water beads from the rain. I took a (clean) rag and wiped off some of the water from the window and hood.
That worked so well that I did it again when I needed to rinse out the rag. Except now the rag had glue in it.
As I should have considered, some of the glue got onto the car. (No argument, I am an idiot.)
The hood and some of the roof now have dull spots instead of the shiny Blizzard Pearl (white) I’ve come to admire (on the 2011 Toyota Venza).
I’ve tried washing off the dull spots – the glue – with regular car wash soap and a lot of elbow grease but it hasn’t worked.
Sure don’t want to ruin the paint using solvents or abrasives.