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    I am new to this forum and hope that I am posting in the right place!

    I have had my 525 d M sport for just over 3 weeks now and I was cleaning it over the weekend when I noticed some grease spots on the rear bumper. It looks very much like I have driven through a puddle and this has splashed up on to the rear bumper. I tried everything I have in the kitchen cleaning cupboard but to no avail! If anyone can give me some advice on removing this, without damaging the paintwork I would be extremely grateful.


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    Hi
    What you need is tar remover, any car shop will sell it
     
     

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    Alternatively, you can clay the affected area, that can get contaminants out that solutions sometimes can't touch.
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    Quick detailer and clay would be how id do it.


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    Glue and tar remover is how I'd do it but WD40 and a soft cloth will probably do the job at a pinch.
     
     

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    Thank you for all your tips!! Much Appreciated.

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