- Product Type:
- Tar and glue remover
- Product Code:
Auto Finesse® ObliTARate is a solvent-based formula that quickly dissolves stubborn tar and glue residues and contamination on contact even before you touch your car. This minimises the possibility of marring and scratching paintwork, while extending the life of your detailing clay bar. Auto Finesse® ObliTARate can dissolve even the most extreme contaminates, like traffic cone rash from auto-crossings, gaffer or duct tape from temporary camera mountings, undercoating overspray and residues from factory protective wax coatings. ObliTARate is safe to use on all modern painted and powder-coated surfaces, as well as glass, solvent-resistant hard plastics, bare metal and bright work trim. However, it's a very strong solvent product and may cause damage to fresh paint, SMART repairs, un-catalysed lacquers and some delicate vintage finishes. If using the product on these surfaces, proceed with caution and test on an inconspicuous area beforehand. If no hazing or swelling of the finish is present, and no paint gets transferred to your applicator or microfibre towel, you can use ObliTARate with confidence.
Firstly, you'll need to ensure that the surface you're treating is clean and free from loose dirt and contamination. Then, apply ObliTARate to the affected area and leave to dissolve any present tar and glue residue. Once applied, working in small sections at a time, wipe off using a microfibre cloth. Repeat if necessary.
Please note: ObliTARate is NOT sold with a trigger and should not be used on headlights. We also we do not advise putting cloths containing a solvent-based product into the washing machine.
- Removes stubborn tar and glue residue.
- Doesn’t damage the underlying finish.
- Safe to use on all modern painted and powder-coated surfaces.
- Suitable for all plastic trims and glass.
Ensure surface is clean and free from loose dirt and contaminates.
Apply to affected area and leave to dissolve the contamination.
Using a microfibre cloth wipe away excess.
Do not let solution dry or bake on any surface.
Repeat if necessary.
Does ObliTARate come with a trigger?
ObliTarate isn't sold with a trigger as it is solvent based so will damaged a plastic trigger if stored with one.
I've got ObliTARate on my headlights, what do I do now?
We do always recommend avoiding your headlights when using ObliTARate.Unfortunately there wouldn't be a product that would be able to restore the headlights after they have begun to crack, we would recommend taking it to a body shop!
Can I use ObliTARate over a ceramic coating/wax?
Using ObliTARate over a wax and ceramic coating will affect the durability and in some cases completely remove the protection.