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Anyone know how to remove this stuff once it dries and hardens? My Jeep has been sitting for a while and I noticed today that there is hard, dried up sap on the hood. I have tried everything to get it off and no luck. I've never had trouble getting it off while the sap is fresh and still sticky, but this sucks....

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Nice, thank you. I will have to try this.
 

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seems isopropyl is the way to go
 

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A chisel and a big hammer.
 

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It's a Jeep, why the hell are you cleaning it? Dirt and grease keep mine in one piece.
 

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carb cleaner or brake cleaner work very well too. you just have to rewax it after. but you spray that on there and the sap or road tar literaly runs off and you just wipe.
 
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