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Old 09-01-2015, 04:04 PM   #1
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Love Bugs

Any idea's on what to put on the front of our motorhome that will make it easier to get Love Bugs off? It's the season for them awful bugs here in Florida.
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Old 09-01-2015, 04:10 PM   #2
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I use rejex . Nothing sticks to it but the shine.

http://rejex.com/
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Another vote for Rejex!
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Old 09-01-2015, 06:25 PM   #4
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RainX and them little buggers wash off
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Best out there is Rejex..
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Another vote for Rejex! We live in NE Florida and are painfully familiar with those things!
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Old 09-02-2015, 05:29 AM   #7
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For those few bugs that do stick - even to Rejex - there's a simple but extremely effective bug cleaner:

Take a couple dryer sheets (like Bounce or generic brand) and roll them up, slip them inside a spray bottle with a couple cups of water and shake. Spritz the bugs with the solution, let soak maybe 30 seconds, then wipe them off with a third dryer sheet.

Clean as a whistle every time.
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For those few bugs that do stick - even to Rejex - there's a simple but extremely effective bug cleaner:

Take a couple dryer sheets (like Bounce or generic brand) and roll them up, slip them inside a spray bottle with a couple cups of water and shake. Spritz the bugs with the solution, let soak maybe 30 seconds, then wipe them off with a third dryer sheet.

Clean as a whistle every time.
Yup !! .... works great.

BTW, ran into a ton of lovebugs last Monday while crossing Florida on rt. 60 near Lake Wales around 3pm.
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where can one purchase rejex?
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Old 09-02-2015, 11:38 AM   #10
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I also vote for Rejex great product.
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where can one purchase rejex?
Here's one source
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Sorry to be so stupid ! Went to amazon several different ones.
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Will Rejex damage DiamondShield? Their care recommendations were Meguiars Liquid Cleaner Wax and another cleaner wax product, but not Rejex. I would like to try Rejex, but don't want to etch the vinyl. I've used the Meguiars on it a few times, but the bugs still stick like glue.
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I assume you guys are talking about this one: Corrosion-X 61002 Rejex

I too would love to hear if anyone has used this on DimondShield.
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