It would be difficult, my entire driveway is under two huge maple trees.
On one hand, it's great because it keeps the vehicles cool in the summer. On the other hand, it's a pain, like now, because they both drop sap on the vehicles. Especially now, because I am about to paint.
I have hit that area with a sander, as of last night, along with almost the entire drivers side of the bus. Going to start masking and spraying soon, starting tonight and continuing Saturday afternoon. I am instructing a clinic on Saturday for climbing trees, plus it is the 10th anniversary of Geocaching, so I have to attend an event nearby.
There will be some better overall pictures when I get some of that work started.
Also, I was wasting time and killing myself unnecessarily using just sandpaper to get all the ridges and ribs. I was at Menard's the other day, and found some plastic wire cup brushes and other attachments that fit into the drill. Oh baby, that's the way to go. I used the Med/Fine brush and it does a fantastic job of scuffing the paint to prep it for covering with Rustoleum. I borrowed a sweet airless sprayer, and am going to give it a shot this weekend.
I wish I was getting some help with some of this, but so far it's only been a few minutes here, and a few minutes there.
That was one of the brushes I got, it's good for getting into the tighter areas, the other was like a drum shape, hard to describe. It was better suited to the ribs and more open areas, as it covered a larger area.
Whee! Soon it will not be as yellow.