I'm about 2 weeks into my new 2014 GC Limited. Nice day today, so I decided to get a good coat of wax on my new baby before the winter starts to attack my crystal black Jeep. After the wash, I notice on the passenger side that there are pin point sized, light colored spots. Couldn't really notice them until it was really clean, and the sun caught them, but they are clearly overspray from some painting that was going on under a highway overpass a few days ago. Of course I had to drive under, and didn't notice any spray, but apparently there was a little.
Now the question is, what do I do to get rid of them? I really don't want to use something that's going to hurt my nice fresh clearcoat. Never dealt with this before in any other cars. I always wondered when driving around bridges being painted what would happen if there was some overspray that was caught in the wind and landed on my vehicle... now I know.
I know there are some detailing gurus reading this forum... what would you suggest? My initial thought is to actually find a professional detailer near me to assess it, unless there's a reasonably straightforward option for me to try.
Thanks for the help!