Intensive Tar Remover

£ 6.99

During warm weather the road surface can disintegrate and small specks of tar are flicked onto your bodywork. These spots show up especially well on light coloured cars and can ruin otherwise perfect paint.

Intensive Tar Remover will also remove adhesive residues, fuel stains from paintwork and tree sap.

It can be used on the interior of your car to remove ink, chewing gum, glue residue and oil stains from seats, carpets and hard surfaces.

Pro Tip: Use to remove polish and wax residue from rubber and plastic trim.

How to use


Exterior use:
1. Apply directly onto tar spots using a clean cotton cloth.

2. Tar spots will dissolve and begin to run. Allow 1-2 minutes contact time and wipe or wash off. Heavy deposits of wax, oil, fuel stains or adhesive residues may require gentle rubbing.

Interior use:
1. Pre-test fabric colourfastness on small inconspicuous area. Apply to a clean cotton cloth and work inwards on the stain.

2. Gently rub with a clean cloth to remove residue and leave treated surface to dry.

3. Clean fabric with Interior Shampoo to remove any residue.

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6 reviews

Rod the mod


I tried this product this morning on my silver Mini Cooper and it is now in showroom condition, I applied with a soft cloth and it removed all the tar spots in minutes . Absolutely brilliant.


Slow Worker

Have to say I've found this product very slow to use across large panels... It requires a lot of time and effort to remove tar satisfactorily.
Apply Petrol for immediate results on tar spots.
A good wash with Soapy water with afterwards will leave the paint perfect.

AUTOGLYM SAYS: This product needs 1-2 minutes to get behind the tar deposit and safely lift them from the paintwork, then the tar can be easily wiped away. We do not advise using petrol as a cleaner, repeated use will cause damage and discolouration to rubber and plastic trim, unlike Intensive Tar Remover which is plastic, rubber and paintwork safe.



Removed some very large blobs of tar that were dried onto the inside of the car door. I didn't think anything would remove it. Would highly recommend.