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    Default Bug Removal Opinions????

    I have bug guts on my boat and truck. What is best removal stuff or procedure? My scrubbing shoulder has been cut on and is not healed enough for hard rubbing.

    Bugs have been on for a while. Hard as a brick too.
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    Rub with wet Bounce dryer sheets. Works wonders on bugs
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    I use a product on my rv, truck and boat called "bug bust". I buy it at camping world or order it from amazon.com. You spray it on and let it soak for a while. Works great.
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    I did detail work while going through college. Any kind of citrus-based bug remover or degreaser will work. Spray it on, let it soak for a few minutes, spray it off with pressure washer. Whatever is left after that, if anything, should come right off with soap and water.
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    for quick remove bass boat saver. Not on windows.

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    Simple Green is very good.

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    Baking soda and a piece berber carpet is what I use.
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    80 grit sand paper takes them right off

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    Rain-X Bug & Tar (Blue bottle, black spray nozzle) should be available at Wally World or any Auto Parts store. Best stuff I've used so far (Spray on, wait 5 min, wipe/rub off) I was my car about 1x/month and this takes just about all the grime/bugs of the front with minimal effort...

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