Hi everyone this is my first post. I have a disgruntled homeowner from the neighboring property of where I just took down a large maple cornered in by powerlines. So i get the tree down and cut the stump, and my subcontracted stump grinder guy comes in and grinds the stump in the morning. I show up later in the day to continue hauling the logs away when the neighbor shows up in his 2007 dodge charger complaining of debri and sap on his car from the stump grinder. He gives me an estimate from a dealership at least an hour away for $500 to sand and buff his car. I ask him if i could just wash it with a mit for him since I myself am a bodyman and I know that sanding and buffing is a retarded solution (sorry i am a little bit worked up) to a little bit of fresh sap on your car. He declined and made a shrewed remark of how I operate. Also when he first showed me the thin layer of dust on his car that he called damage he then switched to the other side of the car today and said the previous side had washed off fine. What was there now was what looked like grass which wiped off easily, as a bonus i saw him mowing today! Has anyone had stump grinder shavings throw sap in the air and have it float about 60-70ft over the top of a f150 with a topper and somehow land on the middle of a door on a sedan that is parked in a 2 car wide driveway while having a maple tree that looks freshly pruned from powerlines running down the middle of it that hangs directly over where his car is parked? Last thing I talked to my stump guy and he said tell him to prove it, he said that in 23yrs of doing it he doesnt even get sap on his truck that is hooked up to the pull behind stump grinder. Sorry for the lengthiness, Your thoughts on this matter would be greatly appreciated.