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Shocked B&T didn't work as the solvents in those kinds of products are typically pretty aggressive. I'd maybe suggest isopropyl alcohol next - the composition of sap varies, some respnd differently to some things and not others.

 

Soak a towel in isopropyl alcohol, set it over the problem area and let it set for a moment, then remove the towel, spray the sap with alcohol, then wipe away with a separate towel. It might take a few hits to soften it up enough to remove it.

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Personally I wouldn't even try to use any type of the usual cleaner. In this case I would

always use a brand like Adam's or whatever I trust the most.

 

Not saying nothing else works but being on the safe side feels just right!

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Wax and grease remover! I use PPG 330 or PPG 440 automotive paint supply stores sell it and some Napa stores or Kerosene will Also remove it. soaking it doesn't help you have to rub it with a soft rag or towel with whatever solvent you use on it.then wash with soap and wax area.

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