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Having to park my car outside has finally taken an observable toll. Since it's outside, whatever protection (sealant, wax, etc) is on there is diminished rapidly and since it's exposed to the elements, I find myself having to wash it at least once a week. Because of this, I guess I didn't protect the paint well enough as I have a ton of micromarring. Here's a picture showing a nice selection of spider web scratches and the daps of tree sap I get to deal with:

I just ordered some strong polish so I can remove all those fun scratches, but I decided to add a little protective layer in the mean time:

While that didn't remove any of the scratches...

...it will keep the paint from getting worse and it did add a little depth: