How to Use S.A.P
Removing tree sap from your vehicle can be a daunting task, but luckily S.A.P. is a simple product to work with that doesn’t damage or affect the color, the surface or the texture. Read on to learn the best tips for applying this product to your vehicle to remove tree sap.
Spray S.A.P. directly onto the surface. Be sure that you spray on the regular paint AND on the vinyl wrap as well. It won’t hurt either surface. Let it dwell for one to three minutes. but be careful not to let the product dry on the surface.
You may want to wash the vehicle down after you're done wiping up the product, just in case there's anything left over on the surface. If you notice the area where you sprayed is starting to get dry and you want to give it more time to continue working, just spray it again to keep it wet.
After one to three minutes, work front to back, gently wiping it with a cloth. For small drops of sap, you will probably only need to apply once. In the event that you still see some leftover sap, don’t push hard on the surface because you could dig into it and create a mar. If sap coverage is severe, reapply S.A.P. and let it do its job again.
And it's just as easy as that - spray it on, let it work, and then wipe it off. You’ll notice the surface is nice and clean, and it doesn’t create peeling on the edges or any damage.
If you're outside in sunlight, make sure you’re cognizant of the surface. If it's really hot, it's going to dry faster, so you need to pay attention to that. Try to do this in a shaded area.