:stupid:MrTex said:they have things to get rid of it.. go to your auto parts store or detail retailer
jonesy said:Hmmmm, I believe you'll need something oil-based to get it off. So people seem to have used car polish, WD-40, butter, mineral spirits, nail polish remover and other grease-cutting products
I have detailed cars as a part time biz for the last 30 plus years....what will take it off without hurting the car is mineral spirits that can be purchased at any home depot store....do this at the wash stage with soapy water in a bucket...wet the car, then on a rag use the MS and let set on the spots for a few minutes do not let this dry on the car...then use the soapy water rinse and repeat as needed...I would then clay the car to pickup anything that is left and polish and waxejm said:i mistakenly parked under a pine tree.....yup, i've got some decent sized dried (petrified) sap globs on my hood that, for the life of me, i cannot get off. does anyone have a suggestion? much appreciated!