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how do i get this off my car?

jesse3.8

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Gday all

Ah just washed my car and couldn't scrub this stuff off
Is was parked under a tree so its some sort of berry thing so does anyone have any tips how to get this off?

Cheers
 
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ah ok whats a clay bar?
 

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or bug and tar remover?..gets sticking stuff off after removing badges, give it a go i spose
 

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closer look
 
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that looks like HEAVY duty bat s#*t...try bug and tar or clay bar..the clay bar "deep" cleans the paint so eitherway i guess.
 

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get sum polish and hack at it wid that lol polish works on everything lol
 

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yeh it's some gold class s**t
i'll give it a shot tomorow
 

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No need to get the cut/polish out, or even a clay bar (though clay bars are great).

Some Windex and elbow grease will see that gone pretty quick, just make sure you keep the area well lubricated or you'll damage the paint.
 
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