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Old 16-07-2018, 12:05 AM   #11
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What my Pro detailer told me and it works!
1 wet a bit of tissue/kitchen roll and lay it over the poo.
2 after 2/3mins pour a bit more water over the tissue
3 wait another min. then LIFT the tissue off and bin it.
4 pour warm water over the smudge and it will wash off.
Do not rub the smudge, if it doesn't go away repeat the above process.

To remove salt spray you need a carrier.
I've used soft hand soap and tap water when I had nothing else available, finishing with a couple of buckets slooshed over the whole car......but no rubbing!
I've always used this method followed by some qd and a mf to tidy up. Always works, if it's stubborn and dry use hot water.
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^^This.

I carry a spray bottle of ONR diluted as a QD in the boot specifically to clean bird bombs. Simple spray and soak a piece of kitchen towel and let it sit on the poop for a minute or two until i begins to break it down then gently wipe off with more spray and a MF cloth.
Exactly what I done last week on holiday.
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