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Remove Bird Poop from Stucco

How do you remove old bird poop from stucco?

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Warm water, and then a water jet from a hose.

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Thanks for your suggestion, however, I've done exactly this and it didn't touch it.  I'm reasonably sure the "poop" is from Geese and has calcified.  I even tried vinegar thinking it might help to solubilize the goose poop.  It didn't.  I don't want to use anything more acidic or basic for fear of disolving the stucco.  So, I'm stuck for the moment.

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I suggest you use a shovel or scraper. I find that very effective.

The most common method of cleaning is stucco is to lightly pressure wash it. You can also apply some chemical cleaning agent for better result.

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