Bug and Tar Removers
Why insect and tar removers?
There is a common assumption that a wet cloth and a bit of soap will get rid of dirt, insects and other blemishes on a car's bodywork.
Tar remover - How does it work?
Those who have been using washing up liquid to tackle tar and bugs on their car will see just how ineffective it is when compared to tar remover.
Tar removers are specially formulated by major companies who spend significant amounts of money developing the best solution for the job.
Getting rid of tar marks is all well and good, but no driver wants the tar remover to leave permanent discolouration or to damage the paint in anyway.
That is why companies spend time and money developing car exterior care products such as tar remover - making it effective at getting rid of the tar but not so strong as to spoil the bodywork.
When you spray tar remover on your car, you will see the solution bubble up.
This means the tar remover is going to work on those hard-to-move tar stains, breaking them down so you can easily wipe them away with a microfibre cloth.
What tar remover does is remove not only the stains but the elbow grease which used to be needed to shift such marks.
With their powerful chemical balances, tar removers are the only way to give your car the finish it deserves.
After investing in tar remover, you will never go back to using washing up liquid again.
Insect remover - Is it necessary?
In a word, yes, insect remover is another essential car exterior care product.
Some may feel that a few dead flies spattered on the bonnet will not make much difference to anything.
However, when these flies hit the paint work, they begin to bond with the paint and can end up etching and staining it.
There are drivers who may think that even if they bond to the paint, a few will not make that much of a difference.
This may be true, but as the years go by, more bugs will stick to the paint and have the same effect and over time the paint will look tired.
This is where insect remover pays for itself. By using insect remover, you are applying a finely balanced selection of chemicals which are designed to get rid of the bug and preserve the paint.
Unlike dish soap, insect remover will not damage a vehicle, as it has been designed for use on car paint.
So, as well as being more effective, insect remover is also kinder to your vehicle.
If you genuinely care about the look of your car you will invest in insect remover and treat it the way it was meant to be looked after.
Some of the other car exterior cleaning products we provide information and guidance on include: clay bars, car waxes and car shampoo.