Wax will certainly seal and protect the stain!
I'd first try a regular carwash soap. If that doesn't work, try diluted
dishwashing liquid soap (Palmolive, etc.) and if that removes it, follow by
waxing the area to protect it.
You do not want an abrasive cleaner else the paint will be eroded where you
'wax'. Polish has solvents that will remove the gasoline but will not
abrade the paint.. Polish is made for paint. Dish washing liquid is not.
It is that simple.
Dang, you guys are really dense.
if these suggestions don't do the trick ,
i would recommend " mirror glaze # 3 "
it's a very mildly abrasive polishing
i get mine at an auto body supply store
but i'm sure you can find it online .
worst case , you may have to have it
wet sanded and buffed if the stain has
discolored the clear coat .
good luck ,
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