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Old 12-30-2016, 12:58 AM   #1
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Bug Splat Discovery

I have found that spraying on two coats of "Meguiars Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere, waterless wash" on the front of my rig keeps bug splat numbers way down, and the ones that do occur come off easily!

You just spray it on, and wipe it off. No need to wash the front first.

Very proud of this discovery, but I have yet to give it a serious trial - say Montana in the summer...
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I think Love Bug season in FL is as good a test as any...
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They do come off more easily, especially with hot water used as soon as you park.

Also, this is one of the very few products approved for use by Diamond Shield (for those that have it) [won't void their warranty]
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I have had good success with Rejex. Easy to apply and can be used on all surfaces including glass. I have diamond shield and hate it, but Rejex does make bug removal easier.
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Use BugsNAll to clean first. Then the waterless wax. Should be a great combination.
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