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We have a snow-white 2000 C230K that has been parked too near a crepe myrtle and developed little gray mold spots on the hood and roof from the dripping off the tree. The paint job also needs a little touching up of chips and scratches and a good polishing. What is a good product to safely remove moldy spots from white paint? I was thinking of testing a little dilute laundry bleach or oxygen-based cleaner but figured I'd ask here first.
 

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Crape Myrtle emit a powdery mildew, it’s black mold growing on the sticky honeydew produced by sucking insects, usually aphids, many older types of crepe myrtle are highly susceptible.

Use a chemical paint cleaner (Klasse AIO)
Note: Bleach is for laundry not automobiles
 
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