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    Auto Glym Intensive Tar Remover

    Is this Auto Glym stuff any good as ive got a lot of tar marks on the bottom of the doors and bumper and was woundering if it is worth a try?
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    Never used it before, but normally a clay bar is the best way to get rid of tar

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    ALL tar removers dont just remove tar, you need to work them in majorly. And generally are a waste of money as normal cleaning products work similarly, just slightly less effective. But as buckle said, clay bars your best bet

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    Megs Gold Class is good but, as with all Tar Removers, you will need to re-wax the area afterwards as it will remove the wax aswell, as will clay bars.
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    Cheers for the help guys
    Think I will wait till pay day and order some clay bars to be on the safe side

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    Quote Originally Posted by cueball03 View Post
    Cheers for the help guys
    Think I will wait till pay day and order some clay bars to be on the safe side
    Your in for some fun claying

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    It will give me something to do on a day off lol

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    clay is best. but itr can be used on awkward places like between spoke on wheels as it will soften it making it easier to remove as clay wont get in there.
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    Cheers for that mate, il have a go and see what happens

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