ORIGINAL: Laurence Gibbs Just walked past my Boxster parked on the drive and was gobsmacked to see an area of the rear wing covered in tiny bubbles (not unlike orange peel effect). This area was previously perfect and I have had the car for over a year and a half now, so it's not recent bodywork. The reaction has happened in the recent past as the car does get the occasional clean and it's obvious enough for me to have noticed it before. Has anyone else suffered similar problems? I am guessing two schools of thought here, other people have had the same and it's something to do with water based paints or my car has had some paint work in the past and it has reacted. Stunned if the later is the case.
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