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I was stupid enough to park my car under the pine tree two days in a row...
and later I realized that resin had fallen on my windshield. T_T

Some of them I was able to remove since I found it before they hardend, but there are two places about an ince long and 1/4 inch wide each that had already hardened.

Any suggestions on how to get rid of them?
 

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If its on your windshield, then just brake out the razor blade and start scraping.. If its on your body of the car, well get scrubbin cuz it should come off.. I had tree sap stuck on my car for a week and when it was hot out i just scrubbed it off my body..the windshield shouldnt be any problem a razor cant fix.
 

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Believe me, a razor on the windshield does the trick...why go out and spend money on a clay bar if u only want to remove tree sap from a windshield??? Razor blade flat against the windshield = removal of tree sap without any scratches or running to the store for a clay bar.. but hey 2 each his own
 

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i used a razor blade to take my tints off (and all the glue), and if used correctly, it wont scratch your glass at all. a lot cheaper than claybar, but if you're planning on claybarring your car anyways, and you have some left over, just do the damn thing
 
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