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Old 02-23-2015, 01:44 PM   #1
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Have you used this product? Is it safe?

First time driving in the rain today. (Just purchased my 2013 a couple of weeks ago.) Just like you, I want to keep my vehicle looking good on the outside and the inside. Have any of you used the product... Extreme Simple GreenĀ® Motorsports Cleaner & Degreaser...

Have any of you used this product and if so, for what purpose and where on your vehicle? I appreciate your input!
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First time driving in the rain today. (Just purchased my 2013 a couple of weeks ago.) Just like you, I want to keep my vehicle looking good on the outside and the inside. Have any of you used the product... Extreme Simple GreenĀ® Motorsports Cleaner & Degreaser...

Have any of you used this product and if so, for what purpose and where on your vehicle? I appreciate your input!
isnt it degreaser for ur new engine and if its new dont think u will need that unless its degreaser and carpet cleaner then i could be wrong.
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Sorry... I should have been more specific in my question. (I guess the name of the product kind of gives the intended purpose of the product.) Has anyone used it to get off tree sap, tar etc.? Thanks all for your help!
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Use a clay bar for sap


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Sorry... I should have been more specific in my question. (I guess the name of the product kind of gives the intended purpose of the product.) Has anyone used it to get off tree sap, tar etc.? Thanks all for your help!
it happens lol and for sap like he said a clay bar and then buffer would work
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Agreed, I tend to avoid chemicals. Clay bar is the best way to go.
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Sorry... I should have been more specific in my question. (I guess the name of the product kind of gives the intended purpose of the product.) Has anyone used it to get off tree sap, tar etc.? Thanks all for your help!
I've had good luck with "Goo Gone" for removing cypress tree sap from cars.

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Best not use buffer on any paint until its is squeaky clean. Last thing anyone needs is a chunk of tree sap holding a piece of grit swirling around digging thru your clear/paint.... Most sap washes right off with regular car soap...
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i would never use degreasers on my clear coat/paint personally

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