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If tree sap hardens on the surface of a car, carefully use a razor blade to chip away at the stain without penetrating the paint. Apply polish to remove sap residue from a car with help from the owner of an auto detail shop in this free video on car maintenance. Expert: Diesel Contact: www.4u2cdetailing.com Bio: Diesel is the owner and operator of 4U2C Detailing. He has owned his own business since 1998 and has been detailing cars for more than 20 years. Filmmaker: Michael Burton

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9 Responses to “Auto Detailing & Maintenance : How to Get Tree Sap Off of a Car”

  1. politowic says:

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  2. prodriverrob24 says:

    ok buddy you doo know what you are doing but can i correct you on one thing in stead of using a razor and taking that chance i would use a clay bar but you are a verry skilld car detailer get back to mee i like your work

  3. mastercraft3154 says:

    I personally would not tell people to use a razor blade because most people who come here to get detailing advice dont realize how thin the clear coat really is. A clay bar may also not work, but i haven’t tried that method. I personally use a heat gun or a hair dryer to reheat the sap and then wipe it off and use Goo-Gone for whatever residue remains.

  4. lobzdik says:

    hey bro, can you plzplzplz tell me the difference in what a rubbing compound, polish, glaze…

    would a polish get swirl marks out, or do you need a rubbing compound?

    i hate that I can’t find a company that just makes a product called a polish, and a product called a rubbing compound etc…. everyone has to have a different name for their products, stage one this and stage three that, confuses the crap out of me!

  5. kcharlow555 says:

    on the real no bull, i just removed hardened tree sap from my car with plain nail polish remover. it litterally disolved it on contact. then i immediately washed my car to wash away any remaining nail polish remover. its that simple.

  6. kcharlow555 says:

    @lobzdik on the real no bull, i just removed hardened tree sap from my car with plain nail polish remover. it litterally disolved it on contact. then i immediately washed my car to wash away any remaining nail polish remover. its that simple.

  7. mrjost55 says:

    Wouldn’t a claybar be able to remove it?

  8. 92SemperFidelis says:

    man i work at a car wash here we do details and yeah they look good but we aint got nothin on you! for our tree sap customers we use varsol which is a petroleum biproduct which also works great on tar and then we pressure wash it off i’d be scared to use our razors near the paint

  9. lizard944 says:

    Epic detailing FAILURE. Tree sap can be easily, quickly, and safely removed with ordinary rubbing alcohol. Try to find 90% isopropyl. Soak a piece of cloth with it then lay it on the sap for a few minutes. It will wipe off easily. You can also use gasoline but it is a dangerous product.

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