We just completed our first trip in our motor home and noticed quite a few dead bugs on the overhang front. What is the best solution to not collecting the bugs. Is there something that can be sprayed on or .??????
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Age old problem. What I do is every night when I stop, I get out my little scrub brush on a long handle and some mild dishwashing soap and scrub them off. Then a little spray detailer and I'm good for the next day.
Mark Anderson - FMCA 351514 - Louisville, KY
2007 Sportscoach Pathfinder 377DS - Freightliner XC
2006 Jeep Commander
Cricket SW3 Personal Transporter
I dont know about keeping them off, but this stuff is great for taking them off. Every Harley store carries it for sure. BUGSLIDE™.. It works on everything, and contains a little bit of polish as well. Spray it on, wipe the bugs off, buff it lightly if you want for a shine.
For years I have used RainX on the entier front. It has never damaged any paint finish and greatly assists in removing bugs including Love Bugs. Our new 2014 Phaeton will have a Bra to protect the front.
Don and Nancy
[2014 40QBH Phaeton, 2015 Buick Enclave, 2yr old sisters Sara n Kaycee, Havanese, Two Segways