Some of the nicest beaches in Southern California have a dirty secret. Natural seepage from offshore oil can cause tarballs which float on the ocean and wash up on the sand. The tar and oil then ends-up on your feet, shoes, surfboards, etc. In the past, getting this sticky substance off your skin was a messy process. Soap and water are simply not strong enough and other solutions like baby oil, petroleum jelly, gasoline, and mayonnaise, are either impractical to bring to the beach, or are damaging to the skin and the environment.
One of the major problems with oil or petroleum-based products, is that they leave an oily residue that stays on your skin. So when you go back into the water that oil goes back too, creating pollution that is harmful to marine life. Environmental safety, effectiveness and ease-of-use, is what prompted the founder of Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover (a Santa Barbara surfer) to come up with an all natural, non-toxic, plant-based tar remover. It has quickly become a favorite of beachgoers throughout Southern California.
How to Use Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover
- Spray some Oil Slick Tar Remover on an old rag or sturdy paper towel unti it is damp.
- Spray some Oil Slick Tar Remover directly on the area that has tar on it.
- Wipe the area with the Oil Slick Tar Remover soaked rag until the tar is gone
- Dispose of the tar covered rag into a trash bin
Take an Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover Wipe from the packet
Wipe the area (skin, shoes, etc.) with the Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover Wipe until the tar is gone.
Dispose of the dirty wipe into a trash bin and recycle the packaging
A small 4-ounce bottle of Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover has approximately 800 sprays in it, and it only takes a few sprays to take most tar stains off your feet. Carry a bottle or package of wipes in your beach bag, backpack or glove compartment and you will be able to deal with beach tar anytime you encounter it. Don’t let that greasy mess get all over your socks, shoes or carpet. Oil Slick Beach Tar Remover also works great on the bottom of shoes, swim fins, surfboards and other beach paraphernalia. It has a pleasant citrus aroma and won’t irritate your skin. We know you will like it!