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Using Hand Sanitizer to Remove Sap From Your Car

6/24/2016 (Permalink)

Along with sketchy mechanics, speed limits and faulty O2 sensors, tree sap is your car’s worst nightmare. Once it has marred your otherwise pristine paint job, the stuff just won’t come off. The good news is that there’s actually an easy way to remove the plant excrement.

There are tons of products out there that promise to remove that pesky tree sap from your car’s paint. Some of them work, some of them are total garbage. But why waste your time with those when you can just grab some hand sanitizer from your local grocery store and call it a day?

1. Squeeze A Little Drop Of Hand Sanitizer Onto The Sap

2. Gently Rub The Sap With Your Finger

3. Dry It Off With A Cloth/Paper Towel

4. Wash The Spot With A Wet Cloth/Paper Towel And Dry It

It’s worth noting, though, that the sanitizer will remove wax.


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