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Old 29th November 2010, 22:49   #61
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Plain simple hair shampoo that comes in one rupee sachet had worked for me pretty well. Empty the sachet into a bucket of water (2 litres) and wash with soft cloth soaked in this soapy water. A clean simple old vest works well as a soft cloth.
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Plain simple hair shampoo that comes in one rupee sachet had worked for me pretty well. Empty the sachet into a bucket of water (2 litres) and wash with soft cloth soaked in this soapy water. A clean simple old vest works well as a soft cloth.

Tar stuck on the lower body cannot be removed using just shampoo. You need something to dissolve the tar, and shampoo does not do that.
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Old 28th October 2011, 13:16   #63
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Am planning on a TAR removal activity this weekend from my car , its not only a few concentrated areas but the overall sides and also the bumpers which are feeling rough to the touch , so am assuming that there are miniature TAR spots all over the car body except for the roof which seems to be smooth.

Now am having a can of Turpentine at home and was thinking of using this to remove the TAR , has anyone used turpentine before ?

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Now am having a can of Turpentine at home and was thinking of using this to remove the TAR , has anyone used turpentine before ?

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Use Diesel. Don't use turpentine.
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