Black Spots Removal
My Toyota Camry is a light tan color and it got coated this summer with about 1000 spots from the Artillery Fungus. I tried removing the spots with mouthwash on an area of a paper towel and used elbow grease and a thumbnail to help the process. The spots came right off, but removing the residual took about 15-20 seconds per spot.
Then it started to mist (light rain) and I was about ready to call it quits. After a few minutes, I noticed that they came off easier. Later, I just used my thumbnail. The residual came off very easily as a black powder in the water. I used paper towel to wipe off the remains. Removal time was down to two seconds for most spots and the few tough spots took up to 10 seconds. The next day was sunny and again about 55F and I had to remove the few spots that were missed. They smeared and had a lot of residual and again took about 20 seconds to remove.
Summary: Work in the rain!
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