How do I get fly pooh off of my car and the siding on my house?


I want to get the fly Pooh off my car and the siding of my house without takiang the finish off.

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  • Janerose Janerose on Dec 02, 2018

    power wash for house

  • Seth Seth on Dec 02, 2018

    Tar and Bug remover for your car.

  • Mogie Mogie on Dec 02, 2018

    The fly poo won't wash off the car?

  • Janice Janice on Dec 02, 2018

    Hi Lynn, I just wet an old cloth really well and apply to the area, let soak a while and then wipe thoroughly and dry. You may need to use a broom handle or rake to "wedge" the wet cloth to stay on the area on the siding. But just plain old water or soapy cloth will remove it if you soak it first. What a pain though, huh?

  • Deb K Deb K on Dec 02, 2018

    Hi Lynn, for car mix up some dish soap in water and use a microfiber cloth to rub it, wet it first with water then it will come off easier, you may use a very soft brush like a mushroom brush if it is too stubborn, rinse well afterwards.

    For siding pretreat with a spray of Mr. Clean or other favorite cleaner with a fertilizer type sprayer on your garden hose, use a mop and extension to rub, then rinse well, good luck.

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 02, 2018

    Hi Lynn,

    I'm Linda. If you want to go natural, wet the area and add baking soda. You can put it on a cloth if you can't sprinkle it on. Rub it around, then let it sit to loosen the stains then rinse it off. Hope that helps.

  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Dec 05, 2018

    the acid in bird droppings can permanently damage painted / stained surfaces ... rinse off as soon as you notice it .. if you have a 'bird' problem, you can get a car cover ... the paint has been 'etched' by the uric acid

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