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    Well courtesy of the local council's cheapskate roadworks I've got a whole stream of tar spots down both sides of the car from the front wheels to the back bumper.

    1. Anyone recommend a good tar remover?
    2. Is it likely to damage the trim strip along the middle of the doors?

    Thanks!

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    WD40 takes it off

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    Ive used autoglym, intensive tar remove before now - Very gd

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    AS Tardis is a great product, or if you don't have access to Tardis, then AG Intensive Tar Remover will suffice.

    It's a great product and so easy to use it's unbelievable. Just apply to a cloth and wipe.

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    i use autoglym as well works great

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    boba - Just out of interest, what part of the Kingdom are you from?

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    just use white spirit m8 its an excellent general purpose cleaner and only £1 per bottle, it shifts tar spots with ease..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gr4eme View Post
    just use white spirit m8 its an excellent general purpose cleaner and only £1 per bottle, it shifts tar spots with ease..
    Only question I've got to that would be is it paint friendly and / or LSP friendly?

    I can surely imagine that stuff will strip wax off like anything!

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    Autoglym is your best bet and its good for removing sticky marks left by stickers

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