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Manage My Life

What's the best way to get bug guts off my car?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
June 25th, 2010

It didn't all come off at the car wash. What can I use that won't ruin the paint?

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Rich Gallo
I would recommend if you wash your car at home, to continually use a wash/wax mixture type of car wash detergent, like Meguiar's Gold Class Wash - see the link below.

This way you will continually build up a waxy presence on your paint, which will help in the future for bugs to not stick as much.

Also its good practice for the life and beauty of your paint job, to wax your car as often as you can. But good practice would be AT LEAST once a year.

Then bugs should come off easier everytime you wash your car.
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June 25th, 2010
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Rich Gallo
I would recommend if you wash your car at home, to continually use a wash/wax mixture type of car wash detergent, like Meguiar's Gold Class Wash - see the link below.

This way you will continually build up a waxy presence on your paint, which will help in the future for bugs to not stick as much.

Also its good practice for the life and beauty of your paint job, to wax your car as often as you can. But good practice would be AT LEAST once a year.

Then bugs should come off easier everytime you wash your car.
by Rich Gallo
June 25th, 2010
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Manage My Life
When I wash my car I like to use a microfiber mesh bug sponge or a citrus based bug and tar remover. I've used both for years and have never had an issue with my cars finish being ruined.

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June 23rd, 2010
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bikerbigpapa bikerbigpapa
You can use a little car polish on a damp rag works exceptionally well. Good luck, Mike
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June 23rd, 2010
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Manage My Life
Hello Marketer, Bugs can be so annoying and disgusting especially when you have to clean them off your car. I see that someone else asked a similar question. i have provided the link below to your question. i hope this helps!
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June 21st, 2010
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