Several days ago, a friend of mine who owns a construction company called with an emergency of sorts. The concrete provider for his job site had splattered the exterior paint of a nearby Honda Pilot with wet concrete. Of course the concrete dried hard as a rock and quickly. His concern was the liability he was facing and wanted to know if I could help. He sent me the adjacent photos and as you can see this situation had the potential of being a serious problem to deal with.
I was hired by his company to take care of the problem before it escalated. Although I had not personally dealt with this type of challange, I consulted with my network of associate detailers for answers. As it turns out there is a product on the market that is specifically designed to remove concrete splatter called Back-Set by RoMix. It was easy to use, did not harm the paint, rubber, glass or plastic and as you can see below, produced excellent results. Once the concrete was removed, I performed a complete detail including polishing out any scratches from the concrete removal and topped the finish off with a paint sealant. The owner was extremely relieved and happy with the results.
Hopefully this will not happen to you. If you do have challenges like this one, remember to contact your professional detailer for a solution.