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      01-15-2013, 08:21 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by froop View Post
Eventually, the only effective way I could remove it was actually with a scotch brite pad rubbing moderately.
This will cause micro scratches in your paint. It you are nto familiar with how to use it i would use a product that will soften the sap first. I do not recommend scotch brite pads at all. If you do need to use an abrasive on the surface use a professional product such as scuff pads.

This is where I buy all of my products.

http://www.dvelup.com/Cart/index.php...products_id=25

hope this helps.
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