Tar remover..


Maffy

mmmm EK9
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HOLTS Tar Remover. Has worked brilliantly for me over the last few years, followed by a run over with a Megs Clay Bar
 


importchoice

Project 9
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May 19, 2009
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I have always used Autoglym Tar Remover and its been fine. A lot of people on the detailing forums rave about Autosmart Tardis (I have not tried it yet though)
 


R1k

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Jan 16, 2015
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Try peanut butter....smear on, leave for 5 mins. Then use your fingernail under a rag very lightly. MAKE SURE PEANUT BUTTER IS SMOOTH AND NOT CHUNKY.

Also good and cheap engine degreaser is lemon juice. Works brilliant for smallish parts in my soc washer.
 


eternal blue 2000

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Try peanut butter....smear on, leave for 5 mins. Then use your fingernail under a rag very lightly. MAKE SURE PEANUT BUTTER IS SMOOTH AND NOT CHUNKY.

Also good and cheap engine degreaser is lemon juice. Works brilliant for smallish parts in my soc washer.

Think he may have got sorted as the post is 3 years old :nice:

Good info thou.
 


R1k

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Lol sorry guys I thought id looked through evrything on here.
 


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