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There is nothing here...:think:
 

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sorry I got an error on this page an it only listed the topic

Ok here it is again. After a winter of WI driving I noticed right above where the exhaust tailpipe is I have some residue on the bed fender. It is like the residue left on the tailpipe. It goes from the bottom of the fender to the top of the bumper and from the wheel well to the bumper. So it is a decent size spot. I tried washing it off and it didn't do anything. I tried some goo gone and that didn't do anything either. I had some on the chrome bumper too but I used a very aggressive polish that took it off but took a little to do it.


Please give me a suggestion or ideas.
 

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Also I used the remote start alot during the winter also so it did idle a couple of minutes before I drove it.
 

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I don't think claybar will do it. It is a like a film on there.
 

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I am now the OP of this thread :crazy:
 

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Is there any thing else I could use other than the claybar to remove it. I don't have a claybar laying right now and I would like to get it removed asap but not ruin the paint
 

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sandpaper?
come on now!!!

I was just wondering if there was some sort of degreaser or stuff like that, that I could used first to get the majority of it off and then clay the whole truck after that.
 

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goo gone
 

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I've used Poorboys APC to clean the rear bumper of my last car when I wasnt running any cats. A bug n tar remover may do it as well. Finally, you could always use a paint cleaner, which should help as well. Get a good coat of wax on there once you clean the area!
 

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thanks,

My plan it to get this removed and then do a full detail of the truck. It needs it.

I will do a paint cleaner, polish and then wax it.
 
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