Hi everyone, Happy Holidays! I drove my Pearl White MS through the local car wash thinking I was getting a quick wash, only to emerge on the other side a greasy mess. Apparently a hydraulic line inside the carwash tunnel burst and drenched my car with hydraulic fluid. Needless to say it was ugly and it was everywhere. After wash, detail and wax, the car still looks like it was some sort of "film" all over the affected areas. Also, when I roll the windows up and down or turn on the wipers I get some sort of "smudge" or streaks, probably the oil inside the tracks or the felt along the windows. Does anyone know the effects of hydraulic oil on Tesla paint, plastic and chrome? My concern is that a few years baking in the sun the paint will start to peel, the chrome will flake and the rubber seals will crack and fail. Anyone have an "expert" opinion about this?