Best way to handle bird poop

Jacques

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Leave it in the garage :laugh::p;)

Mine has been outside lately (garage being cleaned), so it's at the mercy of the elements, ie: bird poop and any tar from the oak tree partially covering it. :(
 
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NS_Stinger

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I wouldn't rub or dab anything on it especially since birds can pass small stones and stuff in their feces. I would blow it off with a hose or pressure washer, once most or all of it is gone then I'd hit it with some detailer and a microfiber cloth.
 

5tinger

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Soak a tissue with water and lay on the spot. It should soften enough to then removed by rinsing off.

I use the Soft99 Fusso Coat 12 months wax which allows a few extra days before damage occurs.
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oliver305

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You can get bird poop stain off car with seltzer water, WD-40 or water and baking soda mixture. Spray the solution immediately on the bird droppings on the car, then wait five to ten minutes before cleaning them up.
 

Desmondo

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Outside of full PPF, what you are doing ASAP is best.

You will likely have an occasional stain. Use clear safe compound, polish and seal/wax to fully remove.
bird mess is bad enough (pigeons worse ), but bat crap will take your gloss off and into your paint , high acid content ...looking at a new gloss coat
 
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stoopid

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The key to handling any potentially harmful paint contaminant is prompt removal and/or avoiding the contaminant in the first place (I don't park under trees as a general rule of thumb, for example). Bottled/filtered water is usually adequate for most things if the car's been recently waxed and/or ceramic coated.
 

Devin

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I just had this issue on the decklid. Washed the whole car, gave the stains a good scrub with a car sponge, and they would just refuse to come off. What worked? Running water and my fingernails. Came right off.
 
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