Sunday, July 8, 2012

Cars being egged in HVNNA

We know of at least one incident on Stonehedge Ave. where a car has been egged and a police report was filed. We have heard that other cars were egged. If this has happened to you, please file a police report so authorities realize there is a pattern.

Having your car egged is no joke. Damage to the paint is due primarily to the contents of the egg and not the impact. Eggs contain sulfur which is a component of two amino acids in both the egg yolk and white and can cause serious paint damage.

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