I've got some tar/debris on the starshield that hasn't come out in a few washes now, can you clay over the starshield? What's the best way to take the goods out of the clear?
I have used 3M rubbing compound (fine cut or similar) to take tar off of mine. You do not need to use much and don't rub too hard.I've got some tar/debris on the starshield that hasn't come out in a few washes now, can you clay over the starshield? What's the best way to take the goods out of the clear?
i got tired of it too,,, the SS was actually the dirtiest part of the car, so I replaced it with a much better product: Clearshield, which I wax altho u dont have to. You dont even know its there... def worth the money to replace it with Clearshield.I've used Adam's stuff before like their metal polish and their stuff is top notch. Maybe I'll pick some of this up.
Thanks for the tips guys I'm getting tired of a clean black car w/ dirty areas!
Wow really rubber cement thinner?!?
Looks like I'll keep some Bestine on hand as well, thanks for the tip Randy!Yes. Works great. Back in the day I used to work with the stuff a lot (and MEK) for cleaning plastics without causing damage. A great solvent for some things and very benign for others. You have to test before you go splashing it on.
But I have tested it on Starshield. Also tested many other products and chemicals. It works great and causes no harm. Saves elbow grease.