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Old 07-25-2017, 08:37 AM
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I just found the best way to remove old dry tree sap.

I tried a few things then thought... Turpentine is made out of pine sap so it stands to reason..
I saturated one end of the rag and just placed it on the spot.
I let is sit for a minute.
Then I took a plastic razor blade and carefully scraped it off.
Bam! Gone! then just clean up with a little more turpentine.

Here is the plastic razor blade.
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