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    Bug and Tar remover?

    Hey guys.. I have a question. Just recently I went on a freshly paved road and i ended up getting tar splattered on the side of my car, and on front quarter panels.. does anyone know of a really good bug and tar remover? Or something else that would get it off?

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    I had that happen to my car back in '02 and ended up getting all of it off with a simple clay bar and some elbow grease.

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    Tarminator by Stoner is a good product to use. I recommend it
    Also goo-gone is good...
    Both can be bought at your local autoparts store

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    alright thanks guys... I'll check them out.. nothing looks worse than tar all over your car.

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    goo- gone is pretty good. I have also found this stuff in a black bottle called bug-b-gone. clear coat safe etc. works pretty good. I would recommend rewaxing the area that you used it on.

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    Tardis.
    If you can't find it,Tarminator works well.

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    cool thanks for the replies guys

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    Used Tarminator before and it works freakin awesome for what I needed it to do
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    I just started using this product called BUGSLIDE ... the bikers in the area use it. It works better than the other bug & tar products I've used in the past.

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    i acutally use a product called "bug and tar remover"

    works good and leaves a wax like finish.


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