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Removing Saliva On the Outside of a Car

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My son spit out the window and the saliva hit the outside surface of the door panel.
I tried to rub it off with elbow grease. It didn't come off.

How do it get rid of it?

By Pete from Chicago


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By Sandi/Poor But Proud [424]03/22/2011

Even just water. I used to tell my residents "Thanks for allowing me to track the contents of your lungs into my home, with my cats and grandkids"!

That usually embarrassed them so bad they stopped, but yes, manners matters. Sometimes that "crud" makes it back to the car behind you. Not a great habit to have.

By Lilac [18]03/22/2011

Take it to a body shop and please teach your son not to spit outdoors. Men and boys do this disgusting thing but I have never seen a woman do it. Children don't look and they step in it on the sidewalk. Please help stop this horrible practice.

By darla03/22/2011

My husband used WD-40 to remove some blood that wouldn't come off the side of his truck. Maybe that would do the trick.

By Joan [13]03/21/2011

Have you tried soap and water, or even a little car wax?

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