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Seagull Poo removal from felt roof of conservatory


DeLaCruz

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Got a conservatory roof to clean covered in bird poo - neighbours have started feeding the birds and the felt roof the the conservatory is attached to is also now covered in dried poo. I looked online and there is a bunch of specialist poo removal chemicals for this - any recommendations on which ones are good or alternatives to clean the poo from the felt roof ? Thanks in advance

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Sounds like you are fighting a loosing battle 😂😂😂 Ime guessing the felt roof is going to be textured so scrubbing it could cause damage ??? This isn’t something that we would take on but guess some hot water and Virosol or any bio washing powder should eat into it causing it to break up and be very lightly scrubbed and rinsed off. 

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7 minutes ago, DeLaCruz said:

Got a conservatory roof to clean covered in bird poo - neighbours have started feeding the birds and the felt roof the the conservatory is attached to is also now covered in dried poo. I looked online and there is a bunch of specialist poo removal chemicals for this - any recommendations on which ones are good or alternatives to clean the poo from the felt roof ? Thanks in advance

First and foremost it's a health hazard and needs to be treated carefully 

 

Secondly I use commercial high concentrate white vinegar in a garden sprayer as it breaks it's down. Then rinse with a high pressure garden house and nozzle 

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Be a bit careful as the particles the bird poo gives up when broken up can be harmful!!! Probably OK when it's wet. Maybe wait till we have had some rain to soak it a bit then maybe even the jets from your brush might be enough gentle pressure to blast it off?

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