Tree Sap Remover

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74TAride

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Feb 20, 2018
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I tried that one already, I figured it was the best lazy man option but it didn't touch it.



Yes it does, the stuff wiped right off with a paper towel and hand sanitizer we had here at work. Unbelievable. I scraped the windows for about an hour to get it off the other day, but this time all I had to do was wipe it with the soaked paper towel. Thanks

I guess instead of rebuilding the rear end for the Blazer I'll be waxing a car tomorrow.
I've used hand sanitizer too. Worked well for spot removal of tulip poplar sap on my daily ride.
 

STUCKINCALI

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Apr 18, 2020
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Ca
I've used the cheapo target brand hand wipes when camping to get the sap off and it works like a champ. The lemon scented works best in my experience
 

Goldcar73

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Jun 13, 2014
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Modesto,ca
I have an Oak tree that's dropping the "honey dew" all over my car. I need to remove it from the paint on my daily driver. I'm looking for something quick an easy. The stuff is stuck pretty well. I used a razor blade on the windows and it took a bit of effort to get it off. It's my daily with 220k+ so I'm not looking to win any trophies but I'd like to keep it looking nice. Any suggestions on a product to help get it off?
You might try a inexpensive car cover
 

Roldman

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Mar 9, 2022
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Dryer softener sheets. Just wet the surface with soap like washing the ca,r grab a dryer sheet and wipe away. I have never had it damage my paint. Work great for love bugs (a florida bird) Ha. Good Luck
 
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