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ok so my chick has a white tc and the other day i was washing her car and noticed some "rust" colored tiny spots all over the back end of the car. i started to freak out and it was all over the car as well. The funny thing was that it was not just on the metal but also on the plastic bumpers. has anyone ever had this problem with their white tC? She took the car to the dealership and they told her that the problem is because she does not "wax" it. Thats bull crap. Who's had this problem before
Although I have a tC my 69 Fastback is my love
waxing does help. I know what you're talking about though... those little tiny gumdrop looking things... orange/brownish. I wanna say it's some sort of tree sap or something, but I've had those plenty of times.
I just scrape them off one by one, and scratch-x, polish as required afterwards. Then a good waxing keeps them off for a while.
if you have that problem use warm water to get it off.
I had the it on the Camry, I though it was fly poo, but it was sap. From the pine tree in my yard that i park to keep the car cool during the summer time. Dum of me that tree poop. I hate the summer in the Dirty South that make you dirty!
It is tree sap.........most of the trees this time of year are puttign it off as they start to bloom new leaves for spring...........Armor all tree sap remover will help get it off safely and then clay bar........then wax and polish.........