I tried that one already, I figured it was the best lazy man option but it didn't touch it.Just me, but if it's a light mist, I would go to one of the newer brush type car washes. Most will have a pickup truck area with a brush in a barrel of wash solution. Soap it up real good then run it through the wash. I occasionally have a lazy streak.
Heard rubbing alcohol works.
simply get it wet, and it needs to say wet for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then it just washes off with regular car suds.I have an Oak tree that's dropping the "honey dew" all over my car. I need to remove it from the paint on my daily driver. I'm looking for something quick an easy. The stuff is stuck pretty well. I used a razor blade on the windows and it took a bit of effort to get it off. It's my daily with 220k+ so I'm not looking to win any trophies but I'd like to keep it looking nice. Any suggestions on a product to help get it off?