According to Davis Body Shop, the easiest way to remove egg splatter from a car is to spray it with a warm water and vinegar solution, then rinse and wipe clean with a soft cloth. Using chemical removers on the car can damage the paint and are typically not recommended. Be sure to remove the egg as soon as possible to avoid further damage to the car.
- Remove the egg shells
Locate any pieces of eggshell on the car, and carefully remove them. Gently take your finger and chip away at any dried pieces of shell. Avoid pulling any eggshell off the car, since pulling the eggshell can chip the paint.
- Apply a mixture of vinegar and water
Add 2 cups of warm water and 2 cups of white distilled vinegar to a spray bottle. Spray the mixture directly onto the egged area of the car. Spray a clean towel with the mixture and place the towel on top of the egg splatter. Let the towel sit for several minutes. Carefully wipe the area in circular motions to remove the egg. Repeat until the egg is completely removed.
- Wash the car
Wash the car with clean water and a towel. Wipe the car dry with a clean microfiber cloth.