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Remove tar from car: discover the best way to remove tar off car surfaces -- and bugs, too.
No matter what kind of sticky stain is blemishing your vehicle's paint, Advance Auto Parts stocks the car wash supplies you need to remove the contamination safely. (Along with, of course, a complete line of quality auto parts.)
In general, these car wash supplies work by dissolving road tar, asphalt, oil and bug remains. Paint protection is the common denominator among these car wash products. Some are formulated to also remove stains from chrome, rubber and clear plastic. The underlying goal with these chemicals is to break down the contamination with little or no rubbing required: excessive "elbow grease" can remove paint along with the stain. Always read the label before choosing and using bug and tar remover.
Why you should remove tar and bugs from your car:
Few paint contaminants are as annoying as bugs and tar.
Bug splatters typically populate the front of the hood and fenders while road tar tends to stick to the rocker panels behind the tires. These stains can remain even after repeated car washings. Leaving bugs and tar on your vehicle’s paint can damage today's clear-coat finishes.
New, specially formulated car wash supplies actually dissolve bugs and tar for easy removal.
What you will need to remove tar from car:
Remove tar from car; here’s the do-it-yourself difficulty guide:
EASY AVERAGE ADVANCED
Estimated time required - 10 Minutes
Here’s the best way to remove tar off car surfaces -- along with bugs. Save money by doing it yourself.
Bug and tar removers come in three styles: wipe-on cream, spray and easy-to-use wipes. Read the labels to see which is best for your situation.
Wipe away cream product and stain residue with a clean towel.
Look to Advance Auto Parts for high quality auto parts and advice on the best way to remove tar off car surfaces.