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So I just washed my car, next morning had a spot of bird poop on the hood.  How do you all remove bird poop without washing the whole car again just to hold me over until the weekend?  

 

I was thinking a little diluted APC or soak it with detail spray?  Maybe waterless wash?  

 

Any advice would be nice. 

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I recommend blasting the affected area with the stream setting on our Waterless Wash and then gently wiping the area with a waffle weave Waterless Wash microfiber towel, as Matt demonstrates in our newest Volume 10 Video here:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBrfTI_ckK8​

 

It's never a good idea to let a bird bomb sit on paint for any length of time if it is at all avoidable - they have acids and other nastiness that can also strip wax protection and damage clear coat, so keep that in mind too.

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Search Larry Kosilla's video on poop on youtube as this is the best video for bird poop removal yet:

 

Mod edit: I understand there was informative intention behind it, but again, please no direct-linking to competitor products. Please use the YouTube search if you want to see this video. Thank you for understanding -Dan

*My fault Dan, I know he used a competitor product but wasn't showcasing it and more for the technique - sorry about that*

 

Waterless Wash should be used in place of his spray wax - and the key is patience, a wet microfiber, and plenty of water

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Thanks everyone, will do this when I get home today.  I just noticed it this morning when walking into work so no chemicals with me.  

 

I have some waterless wash so will use that with the waffle weave. 

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WW is your best friend when you get bird bombed, spray a good bit let it set a minute to soften then gently dab to get the worst off first and keep turning your MF to a clean spot until it is completely removed.

If it has been on the paint too long and leaves a mark, Revive polish will do the trick!

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