I have a crested polish that is low man on the totem pole, and after a somewhat fierce encounter with another chicken this weekend, she was left with a bloody noggin. I went to the store and picked up the 'quick drying' Blu Kote and applied it, being careful not to get it on me. I put her back into the coop and discovered this morning that she had succeeded in getting a good amount of Blu on the inside of the white washed coop. I am going to try and get at it tonight with some soap and water, but I was wondering if anyone has encountered this problem. I can always paint over the troubled spots, but I'd like to try and wash it away. I also considered using a bit of Soft Scrub to get it off and then wash everything down thoroughly and let it dry while the chickens are in the yard this weekend, but I am anxious about using bleach around the little guys even if its washed and dried before their nightly return. Anyone have any ideas?