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There is a milky white ring on the trunk deck lid of my Triumph TR8, next to the fuel filler cap, about the size of a bottle of ‘fuel additive’ or similar; this blemish was there when I bought the car and I suspect that a bottle, that was wet from its unknown content, was placed on the paint and allowed to wet the finish long enough to cause the blemish. The content may have been a petroleum based additive or alcohol based; the paint is a base/clear respray.
Any suggestions and/or products to restore the clear coat section that is now milky white, other than respray?
BTW, the clear coat on my Viggen and 92X is in great shape because I do not use fuel additives!
Thanks in advance...
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