How To Remove Bird Poop From Car The Fast & Easy Way

How To Remove Bird Poop From Car The Fast & Easy Way

It must really suck if you just got a car wash and some bird decided to poop on your newly washed car. It happened to me before and boy was it maddening! What's even sadder is that it was the first time I encountered such dirt on my car that I had no idea how to clean it.

Believe it or not, this could really stain your car and if you don't know how to remove bird poop from a car, you'll end up scratching your vehicle and would have to suffer from its terrible smell. Been there, done that!

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Since I have experienced dealing with it, I would be selfish not to share with you how you could get rid of bird poop yourself. The first thing that you must know is that you need to get it out as quickly as possible. Why? Because the damage could even be seated deep if you don't act on it immediately.

Prerequisites:

Prerequisites Remove Bird Poop
  • Sponge
  • Pail of water
  • Garden hose
  • Water
  • Foaming lance
  • Foaming soap
  • Car shampoo
  • Microfiber towel
  • Wash mitt
  • Car polish
  • 3000 grit sandpaper

Step-By-Step Approach On How To Remove Some Bird Feces From Your Car.

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  • Step 8

Pre-spraying

Pre-spraying car

This is still technically a part of the pre-foaming procedure but this is when you will add the foaming soap or substance in your hosepipe or foaming lance.

Pre-spray the affected area with an all-purpose cleaner and make sure that it is well diluted. The cleaner will help a lot in breaking down the dirt, which in this case is a bird poop.

Additional Tips

  • Make sure that the bird poop that fell on your car have not dried for a long time because you would need professional help once this happens. Using an abrasive polish material won't even work at this point. So as much as possible, pre-foam the surface of your car before the feces gets all dried out and you have to it as quickly as you can.
  • If the bird poop were found on the glass part of your car, you’d need to buy a glass polish for it. The same thing goes if bird poop were found on metals or chrome. This means that you must find a polish that serves well for these materials. Don't worry because they are all available online or in your local shops.

Conclusion:

To remove those nasty bird droppings from the surface of your car could be easy with the instructions I gave you here. As long as you have the right product and you act on it before the bird poop even dried out, then it is safe to say that you will have your car back on its original form without needing to hire a professional to do it for you.

It is also still best that you keep a polishing machine so you won’t have to do things manually, which not only could take a lot of your time, but it is also extremely tiring.

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I am David Walker ,I'm a car enthusiast. Through this blog, I want to share every single experience I had with my beloved car with you guys. Definitely feel free to comment, give feedbacks and show us what You and your cars have been through.