sunvalleyjoe
I am always washing the 150 after a road trip.I use a quality automotive soap/cleaner then use a good wax. But I always have bug splatter which is almost impossible to remove. Any advise would help. Seems like Nevada bugs must be stronger than most . I have tried wd 40 and even Dawn soap but no luck. Thanks GBA!!SVJ
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retro195man
Hi Joe, don't know if this will work but try googone 
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panajo
Hello Joe...Nothing is worse than lovebugs alone the Southern coast in May and August. They stick and are horrible to remove. If left on too long, could damage your finish. Drive through car washes down here have a product they use that dissolves them better than anything. I was given a pint jar with instructions to dilute with water 10 to 1. It works with very little elbow grease. I don’t know the name of the product, but wow how it works.
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sunvalleyjoe
I will try local car wash. The splats almost look like they are painted on. GBA!!SVJ
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DavidnFL
I use a product called simple green, you can buy at Lowe’s. It is a all purpose cleaner degreaser, that is non toxic and biodegradable. It is concentrated, sometimes I use it full strength on tough spots and dilute for general cleaning.
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GinnyMiller
I live in east Texas, where lovebug swarms sometimes come to biblical proportions. Ordinary BBQ lighter fluid will get those suckers off very easily and will not hurt the painted finish on the metal of your trailer or truck. Just rub it on with a soft cloth or cotton pads. This trick is also good when trying to remove adhesive from stubborn stickers. I have used this in cases where goo-gone has failed me.
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