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Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by JRowe, Nov 21, 2013.
Does anyone know the best way to get it off your car
Ya scrub! Someone had to say it.
Is it fresh sap? or has it hardened?
mineral spirits, acetone free nail polish remover...
I would start with IPOH, diluted to about 45% strength. Use a pipette and cotton swaps. The more you work it, the harder it's gonna be.
Try some WD40 ...... it works good for road tar too.
i had this happen to me, you have two options. 3m makes a adhesive remover that will take it off with a lot of elbow grease and not ruin your paint or you can buff it off with course compound. remember not to use harsh solvents or you will visit the painter.
goo gone or xylene.
I strongly disagree with this assessment.....
the safest bet, is hot water and a ton of elbow grease.
Kaleco Auto has a good sale on elbow grease for $6.99
Also, if you are going to polish after you get the sap off, which I recommend, they sell a great polishing pad with wear indicator.
oh hell no!! how is this better than swirlmarks?
I would use lighter fluid (naptha) and lots of clean cheesecloth.. good luck...
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