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Old 10-10-2016, 11:39 AM   #15
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Old 10-10-2016, 07:12 PM   #16
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I use Spray Nine cleaner to remove the bugs and bug juice of the from of my RV and my other vehicles. I spray it on wait a few minutes give it a little light scrub and wash everything off. It dissolves everything that a bug has to offer when they commit suicide flying on to my vehicle. Regular Fantastic spray cleaner is my second choice.
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Old 10-10-2016, 07:53 PM   #17
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The solution is to get the front nice and clean, then apply Rejex! It makes it really easy to remove bugs, even Lovebugs! It's also very easy to apply!
X-2 rejex works Awesome. Regards
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Old 10-10-2016, 07:59 PM   #18
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Turtle Wax Bug & Tar Remover works great. I also have Rejex applied so they do come off very quickly after soaking for several minutes with Turtle Wax Bug & Tar Remover.
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Old 10-10-2016, 08:10 PM   #19
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Like others I keep the front cap and windshield waxed so bug removal is a snap. I don't use Rejex but when I'm out of my brand I may give it a whirl.
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Old 10-10-2016, 08:15 PM   #20
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Before applying Rejex. Wash like always then at least on the front of motorhome use one of those claybar kits mothers makes one. And clay the front then wash again then apply Rejex. It will be super smooth and the rain will wash the bugs off !!!
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The Love Bug Eraser and warm water does wonders!
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Old 10-11-2016, 01:15 PM   #22
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I was born and raised in Florida and we have always applied pledge furniture polish on the front if our vehicles at the beginning of love bug season. Has not hurt paint jobs and allows bug removal pretty easy.
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We apply Rejex twice a year to the whole coach and to the front before every trip. Most of the bugs including the love bugs will wash off with a regular garden hose with a sprayer attachment. I also think it works better than Rain-X on the windshield and other glass including mirrors. It works best if you can remove all prior waxes and other products before applying.

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I use bounce dryer sheets dipped in water. Bugs and guts easily come off; imagine what it puts into clothes in the dryer Brian
Be sure to occasionally take your dryer screen out and check that it is still open for air and moisture to pass. Have seen some studies showing dryer sheets can put a clear film over the screen, creating a fire hazard. Friend of mine checked hers and when she put water on the screen she was surprised to see it stayed there. She still uses dryer sheets, but she is more vigilant now.
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If the "Rejex" works on the MH, it should work on other vehicles AND motorcycles......right? I have never heard of it, but I'm fixin' to google it. Thanks.

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If the "Rejex" works on the MH, it should work on other vehicles AND motorcycles......right? I have never heard of it, but I'm fixin' to google it. Thanks.

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We use it on all of our vehicles. If you go to their site you will find a lot of classic car owners and boat owners use it too.

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Another for the Bounce dryer sheets. It's just too easy with a couple of sheets and water. It rinses off clean.
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