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      08-25-2005, 09:11 PM   #1
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Bird pee...

Just found some nice bird pee on the side of my car...
It looks like it ate threw the clear cote...

Anyways to remove this stuff?
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      08-29-2005, 05:18 PM   #2
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What you probably found was bird poo, not bird pee, (birds don't pee).

But as to how to remove it, a simple quick detailer would fix that up. Although if it's been there for a while, it probably ate through a little bit of the clearcoat--which is something that can only be fixed by an abrasive polish.

I'd suggest using Meguiar's ScratchX to remove the dimple. Good luck.
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It wasent poop..it was clear and realllllllly stick (ew..)

I tried scratchx but it wont work!!!
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It wasent poop..it was clear and realllllllly stick (ew..)

I tried scratchx but it wont work!!!

It probably came from a tree....not a bird...pine trees give off that sticky clear "pee" that you described.
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In that case, try wd-40 'ing the area and cleaning it off thoroughly. Should work for the tree sap.
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