How can I remove tough stains on car paint?

How do I remove stubborn stains from my paint? My apartment complex does not have an indoor parking garage. Usually, I end up parking under a pine tree. Now, there is sap on my pain, and I don’t know how to get it off.

Don’t worry; you’ve come to the right place! Sap from pine trees can be particularly sticky. Even so, the acetone in nail polish remover can remove sap from your car’s paint.
  • Step one: Begin by washing your car with car soap, washing mitts, two buckets of water, a hose, and a microfiber towel. Washing your car first will remove any dirt and dust from the area.
  • Step two: Pour the acetone on a clean cloth and rub the product onto the tree sap stain. Use circular motions to rub away the sap.
  • Step three: Pour one part baking soda and three parts hot water in a bowl and stir until you create a paste. Apply this product to the same area as where the stain was.
  • Step four: Wash your car to remove the paste.
  • Step five: Apply wax or sealant to protect your vehicle from future stains.
Voila—no more tree sap!
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Phoebe Mah
Answered on Nov 15, 2021

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