Get an overspray clay kit. It should take it right off. 1. Wash the car. 2. spray the lubricant from the kit onto the car (when the spray runs out, just refill the bottle with 10% dish soap and 90% water.) Run the clay back and forth over the affected area. Repeat as necessary.
If you drop the clay on the ground, throw it away. Use a small piece at a time. Do the whole car if you have time, you'll be amazed!
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