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Mrs_RaggedyRacing's fastback has been under a breathable cover for a while, and when we went to move it at the weekend, we found these white marks-




(sorry for the quality - picture phone :rolleyes: )

Thought they might come out with t-cut, but they seem to be fade marks.

Any suggestions as to what we can try?

Anyone that know the car will know it's (nearly) mint besides these annoying marks :(

Cheers
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Place the t-cut in the bin and get a decent polish :D

Try some G10 on a mop
 

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Another suggestion would be to drive your cars more often :incheek: ;)
 

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just leave it....
probably/possibly water absorbed into the paint, that will make it soft and any polisihing etc will burger it.
Seen it several times when covers trap water on a paint surface.
let it dry naturally and hopefully it will dissapear.
 

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put the car somewhere warm and dry for a few days, those watermarks will fade away
 

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JAY M said:
Another suggestion would be to drive your cars more often :incheek: ;)
:moon:

It's in the garage now, so i guess we'll wait and see :)

(means the Shitbox is banished back out into the cold harsh winter... :lol: )
 

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Looks like moisture has got under the clear coat. I guess you could try using some 2000 grit sandpaper to take it back a little.
 
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