Sure, birds are nice and can be even beautiful to look at. Many enjoy humming birds in their back yards around the flowers and bushes. Birds are fun to watch out the windows and it is a nice, kind gesture to put out food and water for the various types of birds that frequent our neighborhoods. And it cannot be disputed they sing lovely songs as they chirp away, which is pleasant to listen to.
But then comes the dreaded circumstance when you need to go to school, to work, to the store, to a friend’s place or to the gym on your bike when you suddenly unfortunately notice that one of those lovely birds has really plastered your brand new mountain bike with some nasty bird droppings. So you are wondering to yourself now, how to clean bird droppings from your bike.
Well, we have a great solution for you here to help you to get the bike cleaned up well for you, making it completely free of those nasty bird droppings that you despise so much.
First, you should access a hose to spray your bike with lots of water in order to get as much of the stuff off as possible. If there are still some bird droppings stuck on your bike, then do not simply use a spray detailer or scrub it off.
You will want to make sure that you have a very clean and soft mirco fiber polishing cloth before you do any other steps in your attempt to remove the remaining bird droppings from your bike. Be sure to fold the cloth into fours in order to provide a wiping cloth that is thick and plush.
The next step for you to do is to be sure to spray one side of the micro fiber cloth with your preferred spray detailer. The purpose is to provide excessive lubrication to the entire surface of the cloth. Then carefully place the wet side of the cloth onto the bird dropping residue.
Next you will want to see that you wet the cloth with a generous amount of water, so that the cloth in its entirety is drenched. This is so that you have lots of water that you will be able to soak into the dried on residue of those disgusting bird droppings that you want so badly to be able to remove quickly.
You will likely need to let the cloth rest on top of the dried on residue for about five to seven minutes. Next, you will want to be sure to carefully encircle the wet micro fiber around the bird residue with the usage of your fingers and in order to create bunching movements of the micro fiber cloth. Then gently lift the residue from the paint of your bike. Be careful that you do not wipe the bird residue over the paint as this can cause scratching.
If you follow this plan that has been laid out here for you, you should have great success in having your bike back to normal again. If the bird residue proves to be really tough by still sticking in some areas, repeat this process up to two to three more times if need be.