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I saw some stuff in SuperCheap called "fabric soft top cleaner" i wonder if i should give that a go...?
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Anyone got a good tip for removal of tree sap from paint and also windows?

That stuff is like melted sugar....it just does not want to come off
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The fabric soft top cleaner is shiite. Bought it, used it, chucked it. Got better results with good ole sugar soap.

Some of those stains just aren't meant to come out...

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Anyone got a good tip for removal of tree sap from paint and also windows?

That stuff is like melted sugar....it just does not want to come off
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if you want to stop any crud sticking any were try pure and simple fry pan spray
or some nobrand type the crud just falls off
seen people use it for anti spatter on mig weld guns too
for the zips i use balistol a pine based oil as it dose not harm plastic
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The boy may be crazy but he know the good $hit, im telling ya, i jus tryed it, and HOLY CRAP, that stuff is awsome
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Hehehehe.....glad it worked for ya too Trent
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best for washing the car, told this by like 3 different panel beaters and a few old chev lovers that work behind me is MOrning fresh and warm water - that right morning fresh, its better than palmolive, even the sensative skin one too
- never use truck wash, its so bad for your paint.

oh and for you guards and tyres ertc, thers this clean silicone stuff you can buy, not sure where tho that you paint on wi9th a brush, same stuff they use at tyre places when you get new tyres - works wonders on all old black plastic and rubber

also for plastic you can use boot polish, not the one in the bottle with a spong on top that the kids use for tjheir school shoes but the one in the tub that you use a brush to put it on and another to buff it off.

for the tree sap, i get it on my bonett all the time, just use hot water and morning fresh and a bit of elbow greese.

to polish, try MOTHERS 3 STEP, better than anything i ayhve ever tried, meguires, polyglaze, t-cut all shocking. - we did a test ones and did the roof of my girlfreinds car with 4 or 5 different polishes in sections and mothers was the winner by a mile - so smooth its like glass.

on glass windows use rain-x, best thing in the world as all the rain just beads off the window, ist the best and stuff is so easy to clean off em.


in saying all this in the last uyear i ahve washed my car 3 times with soap, but next weekend its getting the most beautiful polish - cant wait.
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For zips on the soft tops, if there sticking a bit, a little lead pencil along the zip will make it move nicely, same as graffite, jus not as bloody messy
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