I am not sure the best approach but I do know not to rub it into the finish. Typically I just wash it...but sounds like you have a parking area not allowing for protection.
IF so, then using a good wax making it easy to wipe off.
Not exactly sure which type of pollen - damned near everything is in bloom! - just tiny green dust. I backed the car out of the garage and was shocked that it made it onto the car on the few occasions the door is up. And when I got back from a nice little ride, the thing looked powder-coated!
It has great wax on it and I can move the pollen around with ease, but then the wave of pollen just stays on the car, i.e., I can't wipe off the last bit of each wipe...
It really does. I own one, but my neighbors have never seen me use it on the lawn - they might really think I'm nuts, now!
Same here. I have only used mine for its intended purpose on a few occasions. I use it to dry my cars every time I wash. The neighbors think I'm nuts.
They do a great job of getting H2O out of the nooks and make towel drying with micro fiber towels a snap!
Pointless right now to try and get it off----Within minutes it will be covered again. Spray water on it and dry is the best bet to not scratch anything. I have sprayed mine down with my Cr Spotless system and let it dry on it's own.. No spots, no pollen, but 10 minutes later it was covered with pollen again....