Ok thanks Jeff ...I'll try that.....every time I go out and look there is a few morespray so there is a lot of liquid on it, wait a few seconds and off it comes. detailers have more 'lubrication' in them so that might help
Ahhh ok interesting ..... I haven't seen any bees lol lol ....prolly other bugs too :tu:
While pollen is what I'd also first say it could be... On a previous white car I owned, it developed small yellowish dots over time -- even not in pollen season. I never knew what it was but used clay to get rid of most of the problem, or at least keep it at bay. Your picture looks EXACTLY like what I had.
More recently, I've read in multiple detailing forums that these sort of yellow spots that don't go away with a wash are actually a form of rust. It is the same sort of thing sometimes referred to as "rail dust" and often seen on new vehicles. The spots are actually fine pieces of metal that have become attached to the clearcoat and are beginning to rust -- the problem can exist on all colors but is most visible on white cars. A relatively easy resolution is to use CarPro Iron X Iron Remover. It can be sprayed on your finish after a wash, let it dwell for 5 minutes, then hose off really, really well -- important to wear gloves and not spray directly on things like calipers, but not dangerous... It smells bad, but you'll see it working when it turns a purple color. I use it as part of my one-time new car detailing process, but will be on the lookout as I do weekly washes on my new Diamond White Metallic SLK250 when it arrives (it's scheduled to be born next week!) There are various YouTube videos and such on IronX if you're interested.