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    Hey guys - whats the best way of getting bird pup from the body work of a car without damaging the paint work?
     
     

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    Soapy warm water will take it
    Off with ease
     
     

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    If it dried on really hard then get a piece of kitchen towel, fold it in 2 or 4 depending, put it over the area and then wet it and leave it to soak for a while. Sbould soften it and get it off!
     
     

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    ^this is a good idea. Whatever I do I just keep the area flooded with as much water as possible to carry the gritty shit away once it's loosened enough to come off

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