“And this is what happens when you leave your car overnight underneath the heron’s nest’. Sacred words to live by, to be sure.
But that lesson was learned the hard-way by one unlucky car-owner who filmed the consequences of breaking that rule.
Bird droppings contain uric acid which is corrosive enough to eat past a coating of wax or paint sealant and then begin to stain a car’s paint. Experts suggest the best way to remove bird droppings from your car is with warm soapy water and a sponge.