It's that season again. Soon our windshields and grilles will
be covered with the splattered remains of black-and-red insects. What's a
car owner to do?
very important, when the season comes around, to apply a good
coat of car wax to the front end of your vehicle, to the hood and the
bumper," . "I would do it every other week, just to keep the
protection as high as possible to prevent those bugs from destroying
If your car becomes
a bug killing machine, wash the carnage. If the bug acid
already has done some damage, you will have to paint. PeriodDo not spend your money on so called paint repair kits.They will help
but they will not give perfect results.As a matter of fact paint repair
kits like touch up paints etc. will come no where close to looking
good.Better to protect your paint than repair it.
I don't use wax but I do use Simix Supreme Shield which over the last eight seasons has prevented damage on my customers cars.It is a product that is called a potassium silicate.Never heard of the stuff until this mad scientist approached me.
This product is far superior to wax and I have seen results over the last nine years.It contains nano Tio2 My customers are seeing zero damage.I do sell this product on my site and stand behind it one hundred percent.You can buy it here
These little pest, secrete an acidic substance that
will etch the surface of the car. "So you have to put on a sacrificial
barrier to help protect the paint underneath."
If your car becomes
a bug killing machine, wash the carnage.
If the bug acid
already has done some damage, you will have to paint. Period Do not spend your money on so called paint repair kits.
They will help but they will not give perfect results.As a matter of fact paint repair kits like touch up paints etc. will come no where close to looking good.Better to protect your paint than repair it.
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Wash the bugs off as soon as possible. They should be easier to remove.
The longer the splatters stay on the car, the more likely paint damage
When you go to take the creatures off your paint,the
quicker the better.The longer they remain on the paint the harder it is
to remove them.I use a product called Simix All purpose Cleaner that
works really well.They do sell bug removal products at auto parts stores
like Auto Zone,Advance Auto parts and probably even Wal-Mart. If you
cannot find a specific bug remover use dish washing soap or
whatever.Simple green will do the job as well.
To wash off the bugs
Use a lot of water
Do not apply to much pressure
Let the cleaner do the work
Gently move in back and forth motion until the bug body breaks loose.