Did you wake up this morning only to find out that somebody egged your car while you were sleeping?
- Another Halloween passed?
- A prank gone wrong?
We know it can be frustrating, and your first instinct was probably to get a bucket of water with a little (or a lot) of soap and some paper towels to try and clean it.
However, you’ve probably noticed that soap and water aren’t going to do the trick, and that you need a better solution so the paint on your car doesn’t get ruined. People rarely think about the consequences of throwing eggs at cars, and don’t realize the damage an egg actually does to an automobile’s paint.
If you’re lucky, maybe there was only one egg used and your cleanup project will be easy. However, in many cases, multiple eggs have been thrown at one car, making the situation much worse for the car’s paint job.
In this article, we will share with you the best ways to get that egg off your car immediately. There are simple solutions for the small problems and more prominent solutions for a massive egg issue all over your vehicle.