more details please! where to buy, pics, etc.
Glad you found something that worked for you. I use WD-40 or Simple Green for oil/tar removal. Simple Green works great as an engine compartment degreaser/cleaner as well.CoriBug said:I've tried several different products to remove tar such as Bug and Tar Remover(didn't do much) or a few all purpose cleaners. Today my mom, our friend Valerie and me cleaned my bug and Valerie's Golf. The Golf had a lot of tar build up on the driver's side door. My parents are Amway/Quixtar distributors so we decided to try a little of the all purpose cleaner called LOC. It worked great!! My mom sprayed the LOC on the tar and it practically fell off in pieces. It's very concentrated -- use a 3:1 or 2:1 solution(water to LOC). Great stuff!!
FineExampl said:more details please! where to buy, pics, etc.
I knew the widow of the founder of the Fuller Brush Company, this is the first time I've heard of them in years!Seemkay said:they carry Fuller Brush products.
Do you know a distributor? Where are you located?stargirl said:I tried simple green, gasoline, toulene (I believe), WD-40...but nothing... anything shy of using a wire brush. That tar is on for good.
maybe I will try that quixtar.