How Do You Get Bugs Off Your Car?
The warmer months of spring and summer bring out bugs. By driving your car, either in the early morning hours or late night, it is going to get inundated by bugs. Insect residue and bug splatter needs to be removed as soon as possible or the enzymes in their bodies will eat away the finish of your car. It is also not safe to have the bug guts possibly impairing your view. Bug removal is frustrating with retail store level bug cleaners. However, with a professional bug remover like Lane's Bug Away, removing bugs is easy.
Applying our liquid car wax to your auto, glass, bumpers and grills is a good idea that makes future bug residue cleaning easier. Although this will not prevent bugs from sticking, it's a start. However, after a road trip or night on the town, bug removal is essential to your paint. Simple steps below can save you time removing bug residue.
Bug removal supplies include a professional strength bug remover, bug sponge, hose and soap.
Step 1- Wet down the area that is affected by bugs.
Step 2- Spray bug remover over the entire section covered in bugs
Step 3- Use bug sponge to lightly go over the area until the bugs are removed
Step 4- Hose bugs off and give your vehicle a thorough washing.
What Will Remove Tar and Tree Sap?
Lane's Citrus Tar Remover Makes Removing Tar & Tree Sap Easy
Protecting your paint requires removing harmful contaminants such as road tar and tree sap which left untouched will damage your clear coat finish. This is a common problem in spring and summer months as the weather warms and melts these contaminants into your paint.
If you are like most people your first instinct is to scrub tar and sap with a brush causing minor surface scratches and paint chips. Avoid this mistake by using a solvent to break down the contaminants thereby allowing the removal of tar safely and effectively.
The tar removing process is easy with Lane's Citrus Tar Remover as this cleaner is safe for all painted surfaces. To use, squeeze citrus tar remover on a clean microfiber towel and rub tar in a back and forth motion until tar is removed. These same steps will apply to tree sap removal. After removing tar and sap wash your car using Lane's car wash soap.