Tree Sap

Discussion in 'Detailing, Valeting and Car care' started by Bharat, Jul 1, 2018.

  1. 1 Jul 2018 at 8:55 PM #1
    Bharat

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    hi

    I made the mistake of leaving the car in a different location for 2-3 days when I came back to the car it was covered with tree sap.

    When I last cleaned the car I used a clay mit and I was surprised by how smooth the paintwork was, now its like sandpaper all over.

    any advice on removal of the offending tree sap would be appreciated.
     

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