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    ok was in the loo doing what you do in the loo and happened to pick up one of the mrs magazines was browsing through it and came to a handy hints section where one guy had wrote in that he had used BUTTER to remove tar spots from his car with great results
    i often wonder how people find out theese things

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    In desperation to remove the offending object, when they don,t have the proper solvent or remover, perhaps.

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    Autoglym here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neverlandandy View Post
    ok was in the loo doing what you do in the loo and happened to pick up one of the mrs magazines was browsing through it and came to a handy hints section where one guy had wrote in that he had used BUTTER to remove tar spots from his car with great results
    i often wonder how people find out theese things
    Maybe he dropped his sandwiches on his car & discoved an alternative use!!

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    Turtlewax Bug & Tar remover for me. The stuff in the black bottle with the trigger spray only a fiver from Halfords. Works everytime no bother.

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    Car wash works too. There's no tar spots on mine, at least none I can see.

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    Butter or margerine will work. Trouble is you then need to clean the grease off.
    3.2 v6 Signum and loving it

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    U know as u were sitting on the toilet, if you have constipation, a little drop of butter, orally I may add, a few hours before works wonders. Now how did I find that out? Not reading the missus' magazine I may add!

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    I've seen Dom Littlewood on TV showing how smooth peanut butter works better than "Back-to-Black" matt bumper restorer. I tried it, total pants.

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