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GooGone or a citrus like cleaner if its residue from the protective film. Just remember to wax area after you use the GooGone, it will remove the protective wax as well.
It looks like an overspray line from when body shops paint parts on vehicles??

Since you say it is smooth to touch and only see it with a flashlight, I suspect it is light clear coat scratches/swirls?? If that is the case, a light polishing with a DA polisher should take that out, followed by a wax/sealant.
Hard to tell with the provided photos.

Black looks great clean and polished, but shows every scratch and imperfection very easily. But it hides dirt well.
White shows all the dirt and tar easily, but hides scratches and imperfections well.

Let us know what works ;)
 

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I have used lacquer thinner for many years for stuff like this as well. Learned this "trick" in the auto body trades. You just have to know the chemicals limits.

So @GorillaSmack did you get this resolved? Did you take it to the dealer to have them clean this up?
 
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