Removing Bird Poop Stains?

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Bird nests can be built in places that leave unwanted excrement in odd places. This page is about removing bird poop stains.


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June 15, 2018

What can I use to remove bird poop from an old concrete floor?


June 16, 20180 found this helpful
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I just use several applications of boiling water from a pan (be careful to pour away from you). If the poop is berry filled and it leaves a stain, I cover the stain with salt, then baking soda (a tablespoon or so depending on the size of the stain), then a 1/2 cup of white vinegar (again depending on the size of the stain). This will foam up. So I just let it sit for an hour or so and use the boiling water again. It make take several applications and a bit of scrubbing (an old toothbrush that you can toss when done works best), but it always works for me!

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June 3, 2009

How do I remove bird feces from my house with a homemade recipe?

By karen from Lakeville


June 3, 20090 found this helpful

Use a mixture of bleach and water.

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August 4, 2000

A bird built a nest behind our new light fixtures on the porch. Now there is bird excrement on the fixture as well as the concrete porch floor. How do I remove the stains? Thank you.


By Marilyn


December 1, 20000 found this helpful

White vinegar works well as a cleaner for any kind of excrement. Spray on and let it soak in for a while then rinse off.


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