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Safe car covers?

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As per my yellow spots post the problem is getting worse, another picture attached, I spent 2 hours cleaning the car yesterday and today the bodywork is covered in yellow spots again. The internet seems to point at bee poo and has the same look at the yellow splats, its driving me crazy and I can wash the car everyday. I hear car covers can cause damage in the wind ?

 

 

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Fit bi-folding doors and park in the lounge.

Have those on the kitchen and it would fit but the wife would be pissed off

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Get her a cheap gazebo from Argos then.

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Fine until it blows away.  Useless on a driveway as you cannot peg it down

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Any suggestions maybe I should call environmental health and ask them to see what it is

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Although I would not promote the removal of any bee attracting fauna in my garden if it is bee's you should be able to identify what is is nearbye that is attracting them.

Remove that and thus no more mass of bees.

Alternatively carry on cleaning, get a quality liquid show gloss on the car to make washing easier and in a few weeks when the cold weather sets in the bees will have gone anyway.

If you have side space why not consider an electric retractable building mounted awning?

http://www.primrose-awnings.co.uk/50m-full-cassette-manual-awning-plain-dark-blue-polyester-p-2558.html?src=list_img

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We live in a lad with only 14 houses and speaking to one of the neighbours they advised one of the neighbours is a bee keeper and has 2 hives in their garden ffs

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I think you may have found the problem?

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I think you may have found the problem?

Indeed little fookers, will the hives burn easily?

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We live in a lad with only 14 houses and speaking to one of the neighbours they advised one of the neighbours is a bee keeper and has 2 hives in their garden ffs

Live in a lad???

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KIll the neighbours?  You could mount a sting operation.

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You could be wrong though..... You should comb the whole neighbourhood for likely sources of yellow blobs first.......

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You could be wrong though..... You should comb the whole neighbourhood for likely sources of yellow blobs first.......

Called environmental health and they asked for pictures and a sample, avoided shitting in a pot but spent about 20 mins scraping yellow splat of the car and the wife took it to them today. 7-10 days and we will know and the over defensive beekeeper in our road can stop replying to me email blaming aliens air bats lol

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