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How can 1 remove concrete droplets that dried on glass & other automobile surfaces without scratching it?

I parked beside a building under construction. Apparently, when the boom carrying wet concrete moved, it spilled some very dilute cement droplets on my car specifically on the paint and on the glass surfaces. Pretty soon, it solidified much like spilled liquid candle wax solidifies on a cold floor or skin.

How can I remove these without scratching both the paint and the glass?


Answer:
On the windows, use a plastic razor blade from the paint store. On paint, you can try products like a clay bar, and cleaner wax. Both are supposed to remove stuck-on road grime without damaging paint. I've had good results with these, but concrete's a new one. You have my sympathy.

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