Being Egged and How to Remove It from your Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties Home or Business
Funny for Some, Annoying for You
It’s a fun thing for kids to do, but extremely annoying and inconvenient for you. When getting egged acting quick is important to avoid further absorption of the egg into your paint, wood or other materials.
How to Remove the Egg
Use a garden hose and/or a combination of warm soapy water. This will break up the egg and toilet paper allowing them come off easier. Please be careful of using any power washers. Due to their power they can damage the paint of whatever you’re spraying. This will create a higher cost than necessary, and we don’t want that!
How to Remove the Toilet Paper
Be careful not to simply tug at the toilet paper. It may break and make the cleaning up experience more annoying than it needs to be.
An option would be to use a leaf blower or long stick (or even a pool cleaner handle) to get it down.
The team at SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties hope this never happens to you, but if it does, we hope these little tips helped.