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This just in from #1 Son... he is parking near some trees and the birds really like the blue car with the white vinyl top. It appears that the bird poop dries before he can get to it and gets a "dried glue" consistency.

What, in your experience, is the best way to get this stuff off vinyl tops and paint without damage????

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Boy that is a raw deal, really the sh!ts, kind of a crappy situation, SORRY!!
I use a tissue soaked with water and let it sit until it softens back up like it
was when it hit the car. Wipe gently.----Park somewhere else.
Cover the car. Car covers are cheaper than paint. Get a BB gun,-- with a scope!
 

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Lots and lots of soap and water..you need to get it wet enough so it can be washed off

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Try Simple Green and an old tooth brush.

Kerosene usually works well for removing poop off paint, not sure what it'll do to the vinyl.

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