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Sadly..it's taken me 6 weeks to finally get the bucket out the shed and the sponge on the juke.
After the awful road conditions and grit/snow of last month..I couldn't take no more,the car was looking awful.
Finally looking more presentable..and if anyone knows the best way to remove a tar spot picked up on the drivers door..as not wiping away.
cheers Dean
 

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Olive Oil and a (very little) icing sugar removes most stuck on gunk.

And makes your hands so soft and smooth
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Mez said:
Tar and bug remover. WD 40 also works.
Yep ... that's what I use, and that's what the can is called "Tar and Bug Remover".... you should find this in various brands of car care products.
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