Orlando, FL (WiredPRNews.com) – Experts in tree services recommend waterless hand cleaners to clean surfaces that are stained by sap and wood resins.
“Waterless hand cleaners are widely available in all markets and are very useful in removing wood sap and resin stains,” said the experts. “What you do is apply a teaspoon or a tablespoon, depending on stain size to a cotton ball, then put it on top of the stain; apply gentle but firm pressure on the stain. After 10-20 minutes, get a clean rag and wipe off the cleaner’s residue. That will soften the wood sap and resin so that you can easily scrape it off with a dull-edged scraper to pluck out the softened spot. For the remaining sap and resin, use a clean rag damped in hot water to scrub it off.”
This expert in Orlando land clearing have a wide range of experience in cleaning up this type of stain especially after a day’s work. “In some cases, you might encounter some resistant sap and resin marks that will require a stronger solvent. When you apply turpentine on a clean rag, it will help soften stubborn sap and resin drops. Just make sure you handle it carefully for turpentine is a flammable liquid. We suggest the cleaner to read the manufacturer’s instructions carefully,” he concluded.