Tricks to Remove Sticky Gunk, How to Wash Your Car & Repair Scratches

 

Tricks to Remove Sticky Gunk, How to Wash Your Car & Repair Scratches

Shop for New Auto Parts at 1AAuto.com http://1aau.to/c/501/d/exterior-detailers If you have some sticky gunk stuck to your vehicle, like pine pitch or sap, or road tar, you'll want to remove it to keep your car or truck looking sharp. But regular scrubbing, even with soft materials, can damage the clear coat!. Watch this video to learn some tricks to removing sticky substances from your vehicle's surface. Then learn how to wash it, and repair any scrubbing mistakes that may have been made! Washing your vehicle regularly isn't just for keeping a shiny appearance. It also helps protect it from scratches, debris, rot and rust. Sue gives some tips on how to wash thoroughly, and take care of any road debris, salt, or sand that may build up. Check out our other tips and tricks videos here:
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