How to remove bugs from a car, the EASY WAY! In this video, I show you how to remove bugs and bug guts from your car’s paint (bumper, plastics, headlights) and how to remove bugs from your windshield in a simple and easy way. All you need is one product and one microfiber towel!!
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Removing bugs from your car is very important, as the acid content of bug guts can affect the integrity of your paint and possibly etch through the finish if not removed properly.
In this video, I show you how to use Schaeffer’s CITROL, a biodegradable, heavy-duty, citrus-based degreaser that’s gentle on your car’s paint and safe to use on any exterior surface of your car. Citrol can help remove adhesives, asphalt, wax, grease, rubber marks, oil, scuff marks, tree sap, tar, and more! This is by far the best bug remover I’ve ever used!
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Citrol is perfect for removing bugs guts because it’s a powerful cleaner but it has lots of lubrication so it won’t scratch your paint. Simply spray on the panel (never under direct sunlight!) and let it dwell for 30 seconds. Then, using a soft microfiber towel, gently rub the paint to remove the bugs and bug guts.
Once you’re done, simply rinse off with water and you can wash your car. I recommend adding a layer of wax or paint sealant at the end, to protect the paint and make bug removal easier in the future.
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