Cloudy patch/Oxidization on hopper lid?

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Hi Bosses-

Love my new(ish) 820 pro. The other day, after removing the cover, I discoverer a cloudy looking patch on my hopper lid. (Pic attached.) Claims dept basically said “too bad” we don’t cover paint chips.

But the paint isn’t chipped. It just looks cloudy. Anyway, I’m sure there’s a polish or rubbing compound or something I can do before I order a replacement lid, but don’t want to make it worse......any suggestions?

Thanks,
Buzz
 

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Hi Bosses-

Love my new(ish) 820 pro. The other day, after removing the cover, I discoverer a cloudy looking patch on my hopper lid. (Pic attached.) Claims dept basically said “too bad” we don’t cover paint chips.

But the paint isn’t chipped. It just looks cloudy. Anyway, I’m sure there’s a polish or rubbing compound or something I can do before I order a replacement lid, but don’t want to make it worse......any suggestions?

Thanks,
Buzz

was there something in the inside of your cover? That looks like chemical or something that was on your lid.
 
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Nothing. One of the first things I checked.

If anything, it’s possible some water leaked or soaked through, but only in that particular area...

It’s very odd. Not chalky or chipping or anything. Still feels smooth. Just looks cloudy
 

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