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Guest Message by DevFuse

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New formula to clean tree sap off windows

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#1 Guest_thebard17_*

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Posted 30 July 2003 - 06:09 PM

I discovered this one today... mix a little dish soap with a bunch of white vinegar in a spray bottle. Use it to wet down a square foot area on the affected window, and wipe it off quickly using paper towels. It does take a little scrubbing to get stubborn spots, but most of the sap comes off quickly.

Originally, I was using this mixture to take the smell of cat spray/piss out of a futon mattress. After spraying the mattress, I had some left over... and I was out of sap remover. One "Hey, why not give it a try?" and it worked... :smokin: :cool:

#2 Guest_mehwolfy_*

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Posted 30 July 2003 - 06:50 PM

What works better (read no scrubbing) is vegetable oil. I use it to get sap off my dog.


#3 Guest_crimefyter_*

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Posted 30 July 2003 - 11:17 PM

If I'm removing sap off a window I use a razor blade.


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