Softwood contains resin canals. Upon injury of the tree is the resin from the resin channels, and thus forms an effective protection against fungi and insects. Trees containing resin:
- Pine: timber that contains all the trees of the genus Pinus
- Fire: wood that contains all the trees of the genus Picea
Hardwood found in Flanders and the Netherlands contains no resin channels. Cherry wood can contain gomgangen wounding of the tree, so you sometimes see sticky lumps on the trunk. Gum, however, dissolves in water, resin no. The buds of the horse chestnut are very sticky. This is different from the resin formation in conifers.
Aphids feed on proteins which are present in plant juices. Since plants juices contain more sugar than protein, they excrete the excess sugars from back. This is called honeydew and can drip from the tree to arrive ?? s so by car. Aphids occur mainly on lime trees, maples sometimes on oak.
The best method to remove resin spots is probably the use of clay:
- You kneads the clay until it is smooth
- Make a flat disk of the clay
- Spray a small area with the corresponding product
- Rub the clay over the area to be treated
Such clay can be bought over the internet or in a case of car cleaning accessories.
A solvent such as alcohol or ether usually works, but in some instances, may leave a blue haze on the lacquer. Preferably use denatured alcohol, available in pharmacies. Pour the alcohol never directly onto the paintwork of your car, but soak a cloth in which you treat the stain. Rinse the message. Use alcohol rather not plastic.
Nail Polish Remover
- Use nail polish remover
- Treatment was then, further with
Pointing Stick Losser
Another option is to stick it loosened ?? ?? this is a canister which obtain in the most do-it-yourself affairs.
It is possible to use thinner, but that's not really recommended for the paint of the car. Turpentine works equally well and this product is less harmful to the car paint.
- Coat the surface to be treated with frying butter or butter
- Let it soak about 15 minutes
- Rinse well
Salad oil or olive oil
- Coat the surface to be coated with vegetable oil or olive oil
- Let it soak for a while
- Rinse well
Use resin remover or polish that you can obtain through the Internet or in the car parts dealer.
- Make sure your car is always good in the wash. As a result, resin will attach themselves less readily to the carriage.
- Park your car is not among pine trees, lime trees and maples.