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Old 05-27-2017, 04:08 PM   #1
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Who, where did you buy it? How much
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Damp dryer sheets work very well.
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I bought it from amazon for less than $15. I use it diluted 4 to 1. It is the only bug remover that dissolved the bugs and made them run in about 1 minute.
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I use a 50-50 mix plain old 3% hydrogen peroxide and water on my motorcycles and cars. Spray it on the bugs and wipe them off. My friends and I have done this for several years with no damage to paint and finish. Of course, the front of a motorcycle is much smaller than the front of an RV.
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Sounds like it's a good home solution. I may try it when I run out of mine in 5 years
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Sounds like it's a good home solution. I may try it when I run out of mine in 5 years
I've already checked out the 3D on Amazon. I expect it'd be easier to use on the acreage on the front of my RV. That's actually pretty inexpensive for a gallon. But the peroxide is very good for spot cleaning.
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I use one of these draped over my extend a pole bug/squeegee brush with pure, unadulterated warm water. Washes bugs off like nothing you've ever used. No soapy film to clean up cause it's just water and does not effect the wax surface. A cloth will last me at least two years or more.
I use a micro fibre cloth to dry after the bugs are gone.

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Black streak remover works pretty well, but like most bug removers, it also removes the wax.
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