That is clear coat failure at its finest. Nothing is going to solve that issue short of sanding and repainting. Something may cover it up a little but as soon as it dries you will be able to see it again.
I had some peeling where a repaired panel met the original paint. I sanded it a bit and did light repaint. Not real good, nor perfect match and i needed another finer sanding pass but it got rid of the white that was drawing attn to it which was my goal
I used a repair type wax afterwards a couple times. It looks much less jarring now. At least you can't see the bad paint a block away Certainly better looking than the white peeling stuff on a black car, ugh.
I had similar clearcoat failure on the hood of my 2001 Impala... All of the "band aid" fixes didn't work and I tried them all... I didn't want to go for a complete re-paint of the car so I took a chance at a local Maaco shop and had him sand, color match and repaint the hood and blend into the upper front fenders... I would not normally go to a Maaco for body & paint work, but for an inexpensive price he did a very good job... Cost me about $350 for what I described and the car looks good... I'm still driving it as my daily commuter car... -- Go Mark Martin!