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    tree sap, need help

    hey all, as most of you know i work away.
    but what you dont know is i gotta park my baby near a big ass tree that drops little flowers all over it.
    now i got sap spots all over the car and i cant get rid of them, im about to get the medium corse cut and polish out.

    does anybody know of anything else that works well?
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    A car cover from supercheap!
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    You could try Eucalyptus Oil, it removes lots of sticky residues that paint friendly solvents wont.
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    A paint scraper


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    there is a non-abrasive truck wash that clears it off, i forget the name of it but auto-one sell it
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    Dunno about the scraper clunk got some fresh paint on her, might have a look for that truck wash.
    And swapping parking spots with the wife haha
    '92 (MIGHTY) GQ ST 3.0L Duel Petrol / LPG, 2" Pedders Suspension Lift on 33x12.5x15 BigHorns
    Lukey 2.5" Performance Exhaust with Extractors, snorkel
    Auto Lokka In The Front, Duel Batteries, Stiff Deep Dish Steering Wheel,


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    Citrus spray. Like eucalyptus oil but better. Not sure what the brand name is but it's fairly common and really good stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by taslucas View Post
    Citrus spray. Like eucalyptus oil but better. Not sure what the brand name is but it's fairly common and really good stuff
    Citrus is acidic........good for the bathroom and toilet though!
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    Wifes new parking spot1380934289384.jpg
    My new parking spot1380934316330.jpg
    Hahaha
    I'll lets ya all know what works in the end caz the stuff is cooked to the paint now
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    Auto Lokka In The Front, Duel Batteries, Stiff Deep Dish Steering Wheel,


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    Quote Originally Posted by NP99 View Post
    Citrus is acidic........good for the bathroom and toilet though!
    I use it quite a bit on many painted surfaces, especially sticker removal from vehicles. It wont hurt the paint. I just gotta think of the brand name
    91 GQ Ti TB42 Wagon/Pertronix 2/Nomad Heavy Duty Auto/33"STTs/2"Springs/Uniden/Stainless Snorkel/Spotties
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