Tree Sap

One of the risks of parking your car under the shade of the tree is that tree sap may drop onto your vehicle at some point. Tree sap is thick and sticky, and when left uncleaned, they can harden up and stick to your car’s exteriors. You can somehow remove the dried tree sap by peeling it off, though that may leave unsightly marks on the vehicle. In addition, if the tree sap has been baked onto the surface of the car, residues will be left on the spot where you removed the tree sap. This will require the use of stronger cleaning agents to remove, but be careful since this cleaning agents, when not used properly will cause more harm than good to your car’s paint. Instead of doing this yourself, it may be a better idea to leave this to professional cleaners or car paint specialist in smash repairs in Mascot and collision repairs in Marrickville.