I live in the Pacific Northwest and due to the damp weather at least 9 or more months out of the year moss can grow on cars left outdoors except all over not just on the north side like trees.
Many cars I have seen have moss on the edges of the exterior portions of the door seals, around mirrors, anywhere where there are tight seams.
I got in an S-10 Xtreme pickup that has half inch thick green moss growing on the edges of the fiberglass body kit pieces. I have never seen anything like it.
OKAY I'LL GET TO THE QUESTION: How is moss best removed from seams, rubber window edge seals and in this case body kit seams? I use commercial bleach based products on my driveway but I would not use it on door and window seams and definitely not a body kit seams/edges. I have used all sorts of commercial cleaners with no luck, the yellow green moss/mold still remains especially on rubber. HELP! I have not tried any biodegradable product like Simple Green or Bio-Green Clean but figured if harsher chemicals don't work they probably won't either.
P.S. It will soon be pollen season here and pollen sticks just like moss to all the same areas of cars that I mentioned.