Step 1: Moisten, Loosen Debris
Dried bird droppings will become airborne when disturbed (cleaned). It is important that they are wetted down to eliminate this risk. Wetting with a bactericide will kill the bacteria at the same time. With heavy accumulation it is necessary to wet down repeatedly.
Step 2: Scoop, Collect
It’s unlikely that large volumes of waste can simply be washed away; they need to be scooped up and removed in bags, and disposed of properly. Contact your local waste facility about the disposal of bird droppings.
Step 3: Wash
Once the majority of the waste is removed, the building surface can be washed with water, detergent and scrub brushes; or pressure washed. Use the Dissolve-It again, it’s a live enzyme that softens even the most stubborn waste.
Step 4: Sanitize
With all the waste now removed, and the building looking clean, it is recommended to finish the job properly by applying a bactericide that will sanitize the surfaces and leave a clean smell.
Step 5: Clean Around the Site
The building is clean, but the sidewalk’s a mess. Finish the job properly.