Best wax for easy bug removal

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  1. Rockyhammock

    Rockyhammock Junior Member

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    Still using those cheap dryer sheets. They do a very good job
     
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    Well just my luck, we are leaving on our trip this morning but UPS doesn't deliver the bug blocker till this afternoon so guess my review will have to wait till October for our next road trip....sorry guys
     
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    I agree 110$ Pledge or Off Brand ! Works great on my motorcycles and windscreen
     
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    WD 40 also works
     
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    Turtle wax Ice. Best I have found.
     
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    The kind that "Wax" the bugs... :D:signs8:

    Oh umm, some of the products do the same thing but others have different characteristics. For instance, I like to use a wax that has UV protection in it. Once you find a wax that you like, I think the important part is continued application. Keep using it +- every week or so. One and done can be shady.
     
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