Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Duncanville, TX
it's not too bad (prolly overreacting...). probably wouldn't even come out on a pic. it's still has gloss, but when you get up close, you can see a small color difference and what looks like small water spots. it's just noticeable to me (<------very observant with cars). i do have 14 year old paint, however. well maintained, but still aged. if yours is newer, it might not have the same effect. it works great on bugs and tar, but in this instance it left something behind. i'd still use it to take off rubber on the fenders and bugs on the tip of the bumper, but i'd recommend you don't use it on an easily seen surface like the middle of your doors, hood, roof, etc. etc. i'm also just talking from THIS experience. the stuff hasn't done this before. might just be the humidity or something...
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