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Old 06-15-2013, 01:48 PM   #1
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How do I get baked in bird poop off my car?

What methods do you use to remove the hard baked in bird poop off your car? I've tried using a bit of elbow grease and it's still hard to remove. (Don't want to scratch it)
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That sucks I have a mark of bird poop on my trunk, its been there for over a year... I think the only way to get that out is a light wet sand and compound
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Wash your car at least once a week and it wont cake on like that.
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Have you already removed it?
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What methods do you use to remove the hard baked in bird poop off your car? I've tried using a bit of elbow grease and it's still hard to remove. (Don't want to scratch it)
Bird waste has a toxic in it that eats away at your clear coat and paint even if you do get it off their will be a mark if its been their a while.... Buy a car cover.. And wash your car every 6-7 days.. And this wont happen
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I carry a bottle of instant detailer and some microfibers in the trunk. If a bird craps on my car I immediately pull over and clean it off.
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I carry a bottle of instant detailer and some microfibers in the trunk. If a bird craps on my car I immediately pull over and clean it off.
Thats dedication and the way to go
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Try waxing the spot if you have some handy. If nothing else, goo gone should work
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This is when the environguard package comes in handy.
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or you can carry a bottle of seltzer water in the car, poke a hole on the cap, and shake and spray next time
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I carry a bottle of instant detailer and some microfibers in the trunk. If a bird craps on my car I immediately pull over and clean it off.
+1. Exactly what i do.
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Spray wax is the best way i have found so far
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