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Tar Remover For Adria ?


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If it won't come off with Fenwicks then you may have to resort to traffic film remover. If you do so then you must follow-up with a good quality wax as TFR will strip any finish back to the base.

 

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I usually moisten a cloth with a drop of petrol and use that

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Hi

 

I use a product called "Silky" - its a clear liquid and it shifts anything from dead wasps to tree sap to tar. A little goes a long way.

 

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White Spirit seems to work for me!

 

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WD40 or Silky

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brake cleaner will bring it straight off

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Whatever you use, if it's strong enough to remove tar then it will also remove any surface protection so be sure to follow up with a decent wax.

 

And if you use something oily like WD40 then you'll have to then clean THAT off before you can wax.

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Hi can anyone recommend a Tar remover for our Adria Sportline Up.

 

As after our holiday in Wales the front is covered in loads of it. I believe the front is some sort of plastic.

Refrain from using anything with petroleum distillate in the contents especially near sealants, it will deteriorate the sealants and adhesives.

 

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