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Some chrome polish should due the trick. It is what I have always heard referred to as rail dust. Small iron deposits that stick to chrome and paint. Very common in the the "rust belt" where heavy salt is used on the roads. Bet if you look real close it is on your paint too particularly on the sides and back. Easily seen on light colors.
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