Think of a paint protection sealant as a wax on steroids and if you like the result of waxing your car. These stains can be unsightly and difficult to remove, but not to worry. There are ways to fix the stains and make your car look brand new again without needing a complete car respray.
First, you need to remove as much of the egg as possible by hand. This is important if any of the egg has not completely dried onto your car yet. Eggshells can have sharp parts, and can potentially scratch your paint job, so remove any eggshell that hasn’t dried onto the car yet. Always use a soft towel when wiping your car to avoid any scratching. The damage caused by egging might be covered by your insurance, so you can always look into that before trying to fix the damage yourself, however, using the method below, you should be able to remove most of the stains, if you get to them fast enough.
The longer you let the egg sit on your car, the more damage it will do, especially if it’s hot or sunny, and the egg bakes into your car. So it’s best to soak a towel in a mixture of half water and half white vinegar. When the towel is saturated, place the saturated towel over the stain. Let the towel set on the stain for at least fifteen or twenty minutes. After that, remove the wet towel, and gently wipe away any of the remaining yolk with a dry towel. At this point, most of the egg stain should be removed.
If there is any permanent damage to your car’s paint, it’s best to take the car to a body shop, especially if the damage is covered by your insurance. It’s also best to try to avoid egging altogether in the first place, either by covering your car, or parking your car inside. Halloween is a popular time for egging so be on the lookout on that night in particular. If your car does get egged, though, don’t panic. The removal of the stains is a quick and easy process, and its effective at getting off most of the egg.