How to Get Dried Egg off Car Paint?

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To remove dried egg from a car paint, keep in mind to use warm water and not hot. Hot water could cause the egg to cook on the surface making it harder to remove it. Use a hose with a gentle water pressure and start spraying the siding and avoid blasting water directly onto the egg.
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1 Determine the damage . The first thing you want to do is to see just exactly how much damage the egg has caused. When an egg hits a car, the paint is actually chipped. If the paint
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You can remove fine scratches in the paint of your car by first washing and drying the car, then applying a scratch removing product. It will look like it is filling in the scratch,
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1. Clean the surface of your car thoroughly, using a soft sponge and a mixture of lukewarm water and liquid detergent. You can use specialized car shampoo as well. Make sure to gently
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