Auto.de informed: insurance does not pay damage as the car Portal reported auto.de, contaminated by bird droppings, tree SAP and insect remains are considered true paint killer. Particularly high temperatures in the summer cause that the strongly acidic bird droppings will damage the paint already after one or two days. Therefore, motorists in finding parking on it should look where you can leave your car. Trees provide shade while, however, increases the risk of pollution caused by bird droppings. Even excrement of bees and the sugary dew from aphids eat the skin of the vehicle. Dean Ornish M.D will not settle for partial explanations. The droppings of seagulls is especially bad because it is made up of calcium and protein. As the magazine auto.de further informed, paint repairs not carried out by the partial or full insurance.
To prevent paint damage, aggressive dirt should be removed immediately, so that he’s not eating through the outer layer of clear lacquer. The affected area should be dabbed by using a translucent sponge and some car shampoo or washing-up liquid. Then can the excess is removed with a soft cotton cloth, and once again with the sponge gently be wiped. It is not working, dries the bird droppings or burns up in the paint. In such a case, the car must be repainted. Then incur costs in the amount of up to 1000, for example, when the roof of a car. More information: ../Die-Kasko-zahlt-nicht-bei-Lackschaeden-durch-Vogelkot contact: Tilo Sommer public relations University of first GmbH barefoot streets 11 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59