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Old 11-26-2012, 07:27 PM   #1
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need help with bird poop.

Ok so i did a big mistake i parked my car under a tree overnght and it got over 20 bird poops:/ and i tried to clean them off dry and it kinda left a scratch/mark does anybody know how i can get rid of that?? Any waxx??
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Well there was your first mistake....trying to clean anything off your car dry is a big no no.Should have let it soak first. Anyways,get yourself some compound and polish then wax. It may come off with just some regular type of wax.,try that first.
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Well there was your first mistake....trying to clean anything off your car dry is a big no no.Should have let it soak first. Anyways,get yourself some compound and polish then wax. It may come off with just some regular type of wax.,try that first.
Yeah, I'd say Dan's right on the money!
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think ill start by cutting the tree down! your car black? try black box by turtle wax. time consuming to use, but it took out some scuffs on mine.
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think ill start by cutting the tree down! your car black? try black box by turtle wax. time consuming to use, but it took out some scuffs on mine.
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Black box is good for making it shine but it's weak sauce compared to some real deal products.
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Black box is good for making it shine but it's weak sauce compared to some real deal products.
Such as???? Im curious to know cause i have a black car and would love to bring its shine back
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I always done better using carnuba wax. I would always put 2 coats carnuba 1 coat synthetic. Amazing shine that last, it's just a lot of work but well worth it if you have the time. I've also used the black box and did not like it. I used it once and ended up throwing it away. It also turns everything you touch black.
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Thanks for the info! I also have a black stang and I get car washes every two three days
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Anyone know how to keep cats from pissing on tires?
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Old 12-06-2012, 08:43 AM   #11
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As for the cats... I hate them and if it were me I'd sit and watch and shoot every cat that came up to my car
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Lol cats.. I hate them also.. They crawl on top of my car and leave their paws on the windshield
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Amen! Every time I see cat on my car I just want to pick it up and throw it up in a freaking tree!
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Amen! Every time I see cat on my car I just want to pick it up and throw it up in a freaking tree!
Lol i shoot them with a bb gun.
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bb gun...no way shotgun w bird shot
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Stay on topic you cat murderers,lol.
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Stay on topic you cat murderers,lol.
Hahahaha

Good stuff to know about the wax

An if you spray the tires with stuff that smells like dogs or another cat enemy it will stay away
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Stay on topic you cat murderers,lol.
Hahaha that's funny! Lmao the only thing to spray them with would be urine lol but you'd still have piss all over your car
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Hahaha that's funny! Lmao the only thing to spray them with would be urine lol but you'd still have piss all over your car
Or put the dogs bedding under the car
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get a gun and shoot the birds
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Hahaha nice
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