Probably. There's not much WD-40 can't do.
WD-40 will remove pine sap from a car's finish without causing damage to the car.
You'll need a petroleum based product like WD40 or Goo Gone plus elbow grease to remove the sap. Avoid using WD40 on car paint, though.
WD-40 and elbow grease.
I've read WD40 works really well.
There are several things one can use to remove tree sap from clothing. A few things are WD40, peanut butter, or Goof Off.
Its tree sap from a tree if your car is under a pine tree then that's your answer
do you mean tree sap ? if so use a little paint thinner in a rag and wipe it off
Pitch is the sap of Pine trees and is very hard to remove from skin and clothes. Sap is a general term for all tree liquids as in Maple syrup.
pine pitch is sap. sticky gooey sap. pine pitch.
Blot the area of sap with rubbing alcohol and wipe clean with a dry cloth or towel.
I use Pine Sol to remove sap. Pour it on right from the bottle, rub it in well, and wash in the hottest water advisable for the garment