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Old 06-09-2010
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Originally Posted by stephen.g.fiddes View Post
100 grit sand paper and a belt sander
**** that MAYBE wet sanding with like 5000 gritt but 100 grit will never be going close to my paint.. and x2 on the turtle wax bug & tar that stuff works wonders and i've heard of kerosene but ive never tried it and probally wont lol.
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Old 06-09-2010
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it was a joke... 100 grit on a belt sander would go through the metal in a hurry lol
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bleche white tire cleaner works magic spray it on let it sit for about a minute then take like a bug sponge or tooth brush and itll come right off guarenteed
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I know this is really old but nail polish remover is basically same as rubbing alcohol right? Its all we had and my wife said it was basically the same.

BTW i immediatly washed the panel
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Old 10-14-2011
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I use methyl hydrate for the pine sap on our vehicles, works fine, but wouldn't leave it on the paint long . . .
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Im gona keep an eye on it for a few days, so far clear coat looks fine. I would assume if its gona damage it it would have done it by now.
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