Discussion in 'Lubrication & Maintenance' started by Boilerup15, May 22, 2012.
Soak and pressure wash.
I'm going to try to get it cleaned up this weekend.
WD40. Using a pressure washer on them peels the easy parts off then use WD40 then use soap and re wash
That's a lot of bugs.
I use Turtle wax bug and tar remover. Its kinda greasy like WD40, so I have to wash the truck again after removing them. I have also heard from many of my co-workers that Real Magic works good for removing bugs, and if you wipe your front end with the Real Magic before a trip, the bugs will come off much easier when you go to remove them. Its really a fishing reel lubricant.
Spray the front end with PLEDGE before going on a trip and the bugs will come off a lot easier.
Really hot water works lots better than cold water to get them off.
^^ Bug #1 "Look at that Caddy comin' ...we've got plenty of time to get outta the way. Caddys never go fast..."
Bugs #2 thro 300 ""
Looks like our trips to and from Florida
I have been looking forward to these summer months. Thanks for taking that away from me, guys
I may have to try the pledge trick or the Adams stuff.
I used a bug and tar remover that I picked up from Advance Auto last time I was there. It sprayed on, but was almost a gel texture once it was on. Worked like a dream.
Used it on the grill, hood, and windshield and the bugs came off with no issues after truck hadn't been washed for over a month. I am not sure if it was the Turtle Wax brand, but it might have been.
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