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Old 03-10-2003, 12:25 PM
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I'd try and remove it immediately. The longer it sits on the paint, the more damage it can potentially do to the finish, depending on what it is. Some tree saps, oils, etc. can be quite acidic.

I would try and soak the spots in water for a while to soften them and then try some removers. I've had good luck with NON-GRIT mechanic's hand cleaning gels. Not great for your paint though. If you use it to remove the sap, rinse with plenty of soap and water immediately after.

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