Not been hand washed as too cold since had car. I do hand wash, have all the gear but that’s more spring to autumn . No nails! And if finger nails could do this then the paint is very poor. Like I’ve said nothing has changed , cars change and lived same address for 20yrs. Had older cars with no issues like this. This is all new to me and very annoying on a new car.Hi ven, do you wash your car with a sponge? As most of the scratches are light and on upper surfaces just wondered if it could possibly be your finger nails scratching the paintwork as you reach the harder to get roof panels, you could possibly be better using a washing mit?
Hope you find out the cause and get it sorted out👍🤞
Let’s be honest, if your nails did catch the paint you’re going to know about it, same as if you had grit in a sponge . This has never ever happened before , it’s all new to me . Never known or experienced anything like this . I’m an enthusiast and have a bit of OCD.
I would have made a post. Hand washed car, scratches on roof. As only honest info can get me to the correct answer.
Not that it applies here as not been used, but I have the buckets with the grit separator's in base. I always rinse off before snow foam. But it’s too cold and weather not best (picked it up in November ).
I won’t trust hand car washes , so that’s also out.