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05-13-2012 01:22 PM
HCAutoDetail
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Originally Posted by BloodCleanSoul View Post
Nope. Straight Sap/Tar/Bug remover, no nasty overly processed meat in it.



I've been pleased with Turtle Wax Bug & Tar Remover as well. Just make sure to use a proper applicator, microfiber or otherwise.
04-30-2012 08:09 AM
GreySkorpion Meguiars cleaner wax, or slices of bologna, lol
04-29-2012 07:06 PM
BloodCleanSoul
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Originally Posted by lyonsroar View Post
^that's bologna.

Nope. Straight Sap/Tar/Bug remover, no nasty overly processed meat in it.
04-29-2012 07:03 PM
lyonsroar ^that's bologna.
04-29-2012 06:07 PM
BloodCleanSoul I found turtle way made a great product...It has a bit of grit in it so it is a bit abrasive but doesn't hurt the paint at all.
04-20-2012 08:11 PM
Bwinkelsas Rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball.
04-20-2012 03:29 PM
MattZX3
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Originally Posted by lyonsroar View Post
You're talking to a brick wall. Lol.
true...
04-20-2012 12:28 PM
lyonsroar
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Originally Posted by MattZX3 View Post
so you used a piece of hard plastic covered in towels made from wood fibers.

Yea.. im sure the paint is scratched to hell there....
You're talking to a brick wall. Lol.
04-20-2012 12:07 PM
MattZX3
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Originally Posted by VinnyB View Post
None. I put 3-4 paper towels under the plastic putty thing
so you used a piece of hard plastic covered in towels made from wood fibers.

Yea.. im sure the paint is scratched to hell there....
04-19-2012 08:54 AM
VinnyB
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Originally Posted by MattZX3 View Post
How much paint did you take with it?

None. I put 3-4 paper towels under the plastic putty thing
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