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Old 07-05-2016, 12:11 PM   #15
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Never knew why the Bounce worked then I saw this Dryer Sheets to Detail Your Car I still use them but only on the Dura shield covering on the front end... I would say wax afterwards on a painted surface or better yet prepare with Rejex. Not sure if anything exists that would handle a 70 mph strike on a love bug swarm in Florida.
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I'll need to give this a try..

Heres a method I used one time to remove the bugs from the airplane, but have never been able to duplicate this effort.

Whenever we fly, we have a standing rule that the planes must be clean and free of bugs before putting them back in the hangar.

We had just returned from a long hot training mission, everyone was tired and it was hot, so we said OK, we'll come back first thing in the morning and clean the plane when its cooler outside.

We come back to the plane in the morning, open up the hangar,, and something looks very funny on the plane, there is a long black line going across the entire wing. WT heck????

When we look closer, we see a bazillion ants, all in a nice straight line, walking across the wing and the nose of the plane.

We come back later in the afternoon to clean the plane, and guess what, there isn"'t one dead bug on the plane, and, all the ants were gone!

We never seen where the ants came from, where they went, nor have we ever seen this happen again.
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I'll need to give this a try..

Heres a method I used one time to remove the bugs from the airplane, but have never been able to duplicate this effort.

Whenever we fly, we have a standing rule that the planes must be clean and free of bugs before putting them back in the hangar.

We had just returned from a long hot training mission, everyone was tired and it was hot, so we said OK, we'll come back first thing in the morning and clean the plane when its cooler outside.

We come back to the plane in the morning, open up the hangar,, and something looks very funny on the plane, there is a long black line going across the entire wing. WT heck????

When we look closer, we see a bazillion ants, all in a nice straight line, walking across the wing and the nose of the plane.

We come back later in the afternoon to clean the plane, and guess what, there isn"'t one dead bug on the plane, and, all the ants were gone!

We never seen where the ants came from, where they went, nor have we ever seen this happen again.
Could I buy 1 bazillion of those ants?
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There a product called Bug Slide spray it on wipe it off Then you get back just spray on a rag bugs come right off. Lot of people with motorcycles use it on the who bike It works well also on the windsheild it works like Rain X
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