Can you get a picture of this? Normally melting plastic is not covered unless they know of an issue in the manufacturing process where the chemical make up of the plastic is not correct and it actually appears to melt. When this happens it doesn't actually melt, it is just a chemical reaction with water, soap, environmental elements that causes it to appear melted.
The other common cause of this is it actually melted as a result of parking to close to a camp fire, bonfire, or some other heat source. Have you been around any open fires lately?
I have seen a lot of melted panels so pictures will help because we may be able to help come up with other ideas based on what it looks like.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 AT 10:16 AM