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Old 04-05-2018, 11:16 AM   #11
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More Tar remover needed. Just don't leave it on the panel too long or you'll soften your clear coat.

I've found the most effective to be Auto allure Tar remover and AG Tar remover. They are both strong but I think Auto Allure has the edge. It smells of turps (it's not masked with a pleasant scent), so only a quick spray, 10 secs to dwell, wipe and rinse well. I imagine it will deal with overspray with ease. I used it to rid motorcycle fairings of loads of tar - it cut through it immediately. There's a balance of course, it is strong but then it's very effective.

You could try something more gentle like CarPro TarX but to I haven't found it effective at all for removing Tar. Might be your best option however if you're not overly confident.

Gtechniq trim restorer will probably work on the guards - I haven't come across much it wouldn't improve. At the very least it will darken and offer some protection. Obviously they need to be super clean first though. You could then layer it until you're happy with the finish.
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