I like my cars to be clean but find that they are constantly covered in small brown spots. I can't get them off easily even with repeated washing. Local hand car wash does a reasonable job but still some remain, they tell me it comes from trees. They come off with a fingernail easy enough but there are hundreds of them over the screen and bodywork. Recently had my conifers lopped if that is of any relevance.
Has anyone else experienced this or can offer advice on removal.
Back to being serious, I have given up with preventing the marks. I have treated the car with something that makes them easy to remove instead of them sticking like glue. Your problem sounds different but I hope your efforts solve it.
I sometimes get brown specks on my car. I think in my case its when there are lots of Gulls around. They often leave big sploshes of Poo but I think they spit up stuff when they are flying around squabbling.
I have treated the car with something that makes them easy to remove instead of them sticking like glue
When I bought my car I had the bodywork treated with a product that helps shed off all sorts of stuff. Not sure what it was called now but it certainly works. I rarely have to clean the car and it came with an aerosol to remove Bird poo. Part of the deal was all the upholstery was Scotchguard treated as well.
Like BT I have my cars treated with 'Life Shine' but it always makes me smile when they give you a bag of cleaning products for your car as well, which, in theory, you don't need;-)
The brown spots certainly came of very easily with a hose thanks, I believe, to Life Shine and my garage is now bug free and smelling very strange after the cocktail of creepy crawly and woodworm killer!