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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    Ok iyong tip ng wd 40 and microtex quick detailer. Will keep that in mind whenever a bird bombs a number 2 on our rides

    Btw ano ba ang make ng car in question?

    to be or not to be, that always confuses me!
    HYUNDAI EON 2015 mga sir..

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by papi smith View Post
    That is one mighty poop! Yung car namin may bird poop both sa bahay at sa office parking, and I just clean them every weekend, tubig lang, no serious marks visible after. I guess maganda ang diet ng birds dito sa amin.
    Ang swerte nyo naman sir! Either that...or hindi lang masyado kita kung kunwari silver yung kotse haha

    Curious though. Yung dagta ba as bad on the paint as the bird poop? Kasi di hamak na mas mahirap tanggalin pag natuyo na.

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    #33
    ^

    That depends on the tree siguro. Kalachuchi tree sap (really sticky) was impervious to car shampoo, dish washing, and laundry soap.

    Kerosene ang katapat nya.

    Pag fruit trees ata, the sap is not so "toxic"

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    How many layers ang wax?
    2 layers ng Collinite 845.

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    #35
    depende din pla sa puno ung toxic na dagta..

    mas delikado ata pag under the mango tree, di lang etch ang mkukuha mo, pti dent..

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    #36
    i've started using turtle wax bug and tar remover for those damaging tree sap napalm bombs and nasty bird droppings . it's very effective on those paint contaminants even if they're already dried out and baked by the sun's unforgiving uv rays.

    the turtle wax bug and tar remover is also easy to lug around and store in your trunk. and since it's no longer sold in pressurized aerosol cans, there's no danger of it exploding inside your baggage area during those frying pan hot summer afternoons

    Turtle Wax Bug & Tar Remover - Turtle Wax

    Last edited by baludoy; August 3rd, 2017 at 07:52 PM.

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    i've started using turtle wax bug and tar remover for those damaging tree sap napalm bombs and nasty bird droppings . it's very effective on those paint contaminants even if they're already dried out and baked under the sun's unforgiving uv rays.

    the bug and tar remover is also easy to lug around and store in your trunk. and since it's no longer sold in pressurized aerosol cans, there's no danger of it exploding inside your baggage area during those frying pan hot summer afternoons

    Turtle Wax Bug & Tar Remover - Turtle Wax

    finally meron ako kasama user ng b&t remover hehehe. it does leave an oily feel though. needs to be rinsed off imo.

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    #38
    ^ i used it too. its also effective in cleaning/restoring fender rubber linings

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    #39
    Sorry for reviving old thread. Tanong lang, marami kasi nagsasabi na kailangan linisin ang bird poop asap before it stains the paint.

    Pero what if natanggal mo na yung poop, and there's already a faint "map" or etching on the paint, may urgency pa rin ba na tanggalin yung etching itself (I dunno, by polish or rubbing compound)? Does it still progressively get worse? Or pwede hintayin until next detailing?

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    #40
    It wont get worse but you will be irked by it everytime you see it.

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