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if they haven't been there long, a clay bar will remove the polutants with ease. If they have, good chances they have etched into the clearcoat. At this point you would clay to get the polutants out, and then you would need to compound to remove the etching that they caused.
 

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PGHSRT4 said:
if they haven't been there long, a clay bar will remove the polutants with ease. If they have, good chances they have etched into the clearcoat. At this point you would clay to get the polutants out, and then you would need to compound to remove the etching that they caused.
Couldn't have said it better myself!
 
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