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I never see my cars in the daylight (and usually not at all) during the week and I had to run into the backyard tonight to get something.

I noticed the G35 was coated all over with some sort of film. I hope it's just pollen! Are the trees blooming already?
 

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If it is a yellow-green color, then it is probably pollen. Very common this time of year.
 

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I'll confirm the next time I'm home with daylight. Maybe Sunday AM? :hilarious:
 

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I noticed the G35 was coated all over with some sort of film. I hope it's just pollen! Are the trees blooming already?
Pollen season began three days ago in VA. I'll never understand how it gets into a closed garage. Keep your windows up for the next three weeks or so. Dave
 

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I never see my cars in the daylight (and usually not at all) during the week and I had to run into the backyard tonight to get something.

I noticed the G35 was coated all over with some sort of film. I hope it's just pollen! Are the trees blooming already?
I know that "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"...there must be another somewhere on SI! :hilarious:
 

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This is from being outside for only an hour.


I had to spray my other cars and my front porch down to keep it from tracking inside...it will cover my dog in a pile of yellow if she sits still for more than a minute.
 

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Up here in my neck of the woods we have Ponderosa Pines everywhere.Geez i love the landscape in the Sierra Nevada foothills but the green/yellow pollen is as thick as volcanic ash would be..... and then there's the sap and then there are those darned pine needles.That's it i,m going outside and firing up the chainsaw:beer:;)
 

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The pollen has been very thick and coating all the cars here in Charlotte for the last two weeks. The pollen was so bad this week that I had to mow the yard with a mask on so I wouldn't inhale all that stuff.:(
+1...Worst I've ever seen :eek:
 

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Wow, I guess all that rain really pushed the trees into overdrive!
 

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you guys are lucky the inconvenience you get is only the green film on the cars. Me? Well this stuff gives me sneezing fits, runny nose, watery itchy eyes and all around misery. Where's that allegra...
 

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Up here in my neck of the woods we have Ponderosa Pines everywhere.Geez i love the landscape in the Sierra Nevada foothills but the green/yellow pollen is as thick as volcanic ash would be..... and then there's the sap and then there are those darned pine needles.That's it i,m going outside and firing up the chainsaw:beer:;)
Don't be another Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds cut up the trees not the car!! ;)
 

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Don't be another Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds cut up the trees not the car!! ;)
Wow! That brought back some memories.The 49'ner glory days.I lived in San Fransisco at that time. And yes i will only cut down the trees and make sure that i burn them on non spare the air days.(just kidding);)
 
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