In This video we clean and remove tree sap from a tail light using Autosol Polish. The application had to be one multiple times to actually remove all the sap but you will get the technique used from this video demonstration.
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The Polish guy Polishing tip # 10 Cleaning a tail light using Autosol Polish Today, we are going to demonstrate Autosol Polish on this tail light. As you can see, the backup light has been yellowed with age and also there is tree sap on it, very hard to get off. This will show you how easy it is to get it off and of course also, you can use Autosol on the headlight lenses as well Applying the Autosol is very easy. I just put some on my nitral glove and the reason I do that is it keeps my hands clean and I can apply it sparingly and easy. I do not waste any when it comes to cloth and ways to polish. But we will just going to put it there and let it work. You can apply it of course with any type of cloth or old t-shirt. We use a microfabric cloth here on our shop. That seems to work the best for us, and just keep rubbing it in. Now, this tree sap is very heavy on this tail light. It may take a couple of applications for you to get it but you can see that it already is beginning to let that lift and you can feel that there is less friction when you are rubbing the polish. So I am going to use a drill and just buff this, and you can see the result. Now, thank you very much for watching this demonstration and if you like to buy or purchase any of these products, they are available at our website, WinterBrookFarmAntiques.com, and please join us for the next episode.

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