When you say "strip the finish", do you mean remove the wax or take the
You can find a suitable product at your local auto parts store...just make
sure it's safe for clearcoats (which all should be). Follow the
instructions to the letter...meaning thorougly wash/rinse the car after
I would avoid getting it on plastic...even if it says it's safe for
plastic. The black plastic on my CR-V was slightly discolored when I used
it...easily covered up with a vinyl protectant, but discolored nonetheless.
Another use for bug/tar remover: getting oil-based house paint off your
car...as I found out when I drove through some recently.
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