Bugs are pesky and they’re even worse if they’re stuck on your car. If you drove through a field or went on a really long road trip, don’t worry—there is a way to get rid of your pest problem.
Hose down your car to knock off all of the loose bugs.
Some will come off, but there is plenty of work still to be done.
Take a bug or tar remover, let it sit for about 30 seconds.
This will help to remove stuck on bugs and light staining from the surface of your vehicle.
Scrub it off with a Sponge.
Run the sponge under hot water and it’ll become really soft and pliable. Then, you won’t have to worry about any harsh scratches on your vehicle.
If you’re in the sun, you’re going to want to approach one surface at a time. Once you start using the brush, the bugs start coming right off your vehicle. The combination of the Bug Remover and Sponge makes bug removal from your car really easy.
Rinse off the scrubbed spot after you’re finished scrubbing.
Installing paint protection film or ceramic coating to your vehicle will also help to make removing bugs easier and prevent staining to your paint. Both products offer a smooth coating that is hydrophobic making cleaning easy.