Getting Sea Gull Poop off of Your Car
One of the most common places that you will have to deal with sea gull poop is on your vehicle. As explained above, parking lots are a common place to have to deal with these pesky birds. So, how can you clean the sea gull poop off of your car without totally destroying your finish or having a permanent stain? Here’s a quick and easy way to do so.
What You Will Need:
- Microfiber polishing cloth
- Spray detailer
- Take the microfiber polishing cloth and fold it four times. This helps to make it thick enough to soak up the bird poop stain.
- Spray the one side with spray detailer; whatever one you normally use should work perfectly. Make sure that the cloth is well-lubricated.
- Place the cloth on top of the dried bird droppings, then wet the cloth thoroughly with the hose, but not so much that the spray detailer is rinsed off the cloth.
- Allow the cloth to sit for anywhere from five to fifteen minutes. During this time, the sea gull poop will loosen up and make it easier to remove.
- Then, “pick up” the sea gull droppings by folding the cloth as you lift it. This should get any of the poop and lift it off of your vehicle without getting it into the car’s paint. If there is any remaining, gently pat it with another clean cloth to absorb any of the extra droppings.
- Rinse off the affected area with the hose. You may also want to wash your car to ensure that there is nothing left from the sea gulls.