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sap, tar and other crap. Finaly got to wash her and the birds had more of a good time sh**ing all over her than i had noticed. Any ideas of how to get it off??.. bird sh** that is! Hopefully this will also take of sap, water stains and the like.
 

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Tar and sap you can remove with goo gone or goo off. I bought goo gone because I believe goo off says it may harm painted surfaces. Goo gone did a great job after I debadged and did not harm paint. You can get it at walmart for like 3 bucks.
 

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sap, tar and other crap. Finaly got to wash her and the birds had more of a good time sh**ing all over her than i had noticed. Any ideas of how to get it off??.. bird sh** that is! Hopefully this will also take of sap, water stains and the like.
I think I saw a post on here that suggested WD-40 to remove tar.
 

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I wouldn't use any of that shit......use the clay bar...I use Meguire's clay bar system....quick detailer by itself works good too....
 

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Try Mothers Cleaner Wax. I had bug stains that would not come out with claybar and several brands of bug and tar remover. The Mothers Cleaner Wax took them right out.
 

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BTW, do you guy know what that white stuff in bird sh++ is?


Ready....


Here it comes...

It;'s bird Sh++!! LOL!
 

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Car Wash Soap and Water.
 

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Car wash soap and doobie pad did not work. I'l try goo gone and my clay bar, I hate working by the water, seagulls :VHOT:
 

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WD-40 for tar, sap, etc...

Bird sh!t has acid in it; if you dont remove it soon enough you further the chances of it damaging the paint.

Try here!
 

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Tonight I was at Auto Zone and saw a product made specifically for tar and tree sap. I would think this works on bird droppings too. I'm going back there tomorrow for a clay bar and other stuff, so when I do, I'll be sure to get the name of this new product I saw.
 
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