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Tar & Sap Removal

Tar & Sap Removal
Tar & Sap Removal
You can remove sticky substances a lot better if you tackle them right away. Tar can be dissolved with a petroleum-based cleaner, or with a citrus-based degreaser. The trick is to find products that won't harm the vehicle's paint or vinyl trim. Use products designed to remove tar and sap, not something found in the back of your garage.

Sap is more stubborn, especially the sap from evergreen trees which is extremely sticky. If you attack sap right away, you can use a tar remover to release the cohesion. If it has been on long enough to harden, you'll need help from a bug block or even a clay over spray remover. Bug blocks also help remove aged tar. Always follow sap removal with a light paint cleaner and wax. In fact, several coats of a Top of the Line paste wax will provide a barrier between the paint and either of these contaminants.
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