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Old 05-26-2013, 07:44 PM
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Re: Bug Removal

I use used dryer sheets (I have no idea what the active and inert ingredients are in those things) dipped in Optium No Rinse solution and it works extremely well.
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Old 05-26-2013, 07:52 PM
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Re: Bug Removal

Dont know if you have it where you are but "Spary Nine" directly on the vehicle... Worked in the car wash as a kid and that stuff was Pro on the white walls and the bugs. DO NOT spary it on plastic parts directly inside the vehicle or on leather, as it may discolor both. I use it frequently on exterior plastic mirror covers as well and there is no issues but interior plastics are different.

Not a great idea using petrolium products because if you get it on Rubber items like the insulators on the hood it will break them down faster. Most rubber products are not petrol proof.
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Old 05-27-2013, 05:34 AM
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Re: Bug Removal

Hey guys thanks! I used WD-40 last evening on the hood and bumper. I said I was going to take pics and I did but the bugs were black and the color of my Jeep is max steel sooo the camera didn't capture any of what I was describing. The wd-40 did the trick. I put it on then used a soft MF towel to get the spots off. Then washed front end of the Jeep (I washed the whole thing Friday). So tomorrow I will do a full body wash again. Next time I may try the dryer sheet trick, but the wd-40 did the job.. again guys thanks!
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Keep it waxed and the bugs don't stick as badly. Kerosene will do the same thing as wd40, but both will remove all wax.
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