I have parking space at the side of my house wide enough to park and open the car door and three cars long. Plastic roofed carport above. On one side is the pebble dashed house wall. On the other a three foot concrete wall (I'm guessing the house builders put up shuttering and chucked in their builders rubble and concrete). The concrete base is breaking up a bit.
Cars parked there get dusty very quickly (particularly on the house side) while cars on the street don't so I'm assuming this is concrete dust.
Ignoring the fact I have to be careful how I wash this dust off, does anybody know if concrete dust just sitting on the car will damage the paintwork. My car paint does look very dull and I'm thinking of replacing the car and don't want the new one to go the same way.
Secondly does anybody have any ideas on treating the house wall with some kind of stabiliser. I guess on pebbledash this would have to be a bucket and soft broom jobby and would take quite a lot of stabiliser.
The next step would be to replace the base but obviously a fairly major job.
Excuse the long post. Regards