safe way to remove pitch/sap fro new finishes
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This is a discussion on safe way to remove pitch/sap fro new finishes within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just learned from a professional detailer that isopropyl alcohol on a microfiber cloth applied gently will remove sap and pitch. ...

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    safe way to remove pitch/sap fro new finishes

    Just learned from a professional detailer that isopropyl alcohol on a microfiber cloth applied gently will remove sap and pitch. Don't wax new finish for at least 60 days.
    Disclaimer.. not responsible for results, however.
    Mike on my 2015 Ltd WRB 6mt sts hella etc

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    Yea this worked well for me:

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    Have you tried Clay bar in addition to the alcohol. Should come out great. There are 3 different strengths of clay. use the light or medium and the sap should come off. Do your entire car it will look amazing. good luck. Chemical guys has a great bar and lubricant for it.

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    Idk about not waxing for 60 days. IPA Removes EVERYTHING down to the clear coat. Not sure I'd wanna ride with unprotected paint for that long. IPA. Rinse. Clay. Wax.

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