How do you remove bloom from paintwork resulting from bird droppings?

I recall you recommended a product for removing bloom from paintwork resulting from bird droppings. Could you please remind me what that product is?
If you don't want to take it to a body shop or garage, then make sure you have the right tools. Bare minimum, you'll need an electric buffer (amzn.to/30KtYfh) and Farecla G3 (amzn.to/2OqohC3). The G3 compound takes a lot of time and effort to work properly, hence the electric polisher, so don't expect instant results and be careful not to apply too much. When you're finished, either polish and wax it or - if you don't want to do both - just wax it. We'd recommend a polish like Poorboys White Diamond (amzn.to/2W4qYaA) or Autoglym Super Resin Polish (amzn.to/2XOvzna), followed by Bilt Hamber Double Speed-Wax (amzn.to/2Wvdg59).
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