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Old 11-05-2011, 11:10 AM   #15
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I have used RV Road Wrap on our trip to Alaska ad was very pleased with it. Not only is it good fior bugs but it prevents rock dings.

When there were to many bugs I just pulled it off and re-applied it. It comes in a 100' roll and goes on very easy and sticks to the fiberglass with no problem

Get RV Road Wrap it is worth the money and really works

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Old 11-05-2011, 12:41 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Possum View Post

Wanna come back to BC, you missed a few when you blew through.


Not possible, I'm sure I got them all.
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Old 11-06-2011, 02:47 PM   #17
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In the past I have used PAM non stick cooking spray during love bug season in Florida. I used it on my car's and it worked well. Bugs came right off with a hose and water.

I'm not sure how well it works as a long term solution since I would wash it off and re-apply every 3 or 4 day's. Luckly love bug season only lasted a couple of weeks in May and then a week or so in September.
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Old 11-06-2011, 02:53 PM   #18
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Pam X2 - A little slippery, but it washes right off along with the dirt and bugs.
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Old 11-06-2011, 08:29 PM   #19
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Road Wrap would be expensive if you had to do an RV more than a couple times. Mine would need 3 x 8 ft strips of that 18" wide stuff, and I still would have to wash the critters off the windshield. That works out to about $10 per application. Maybe I'm too cheap, but I'm retired so spending $10 to save me 20 minutes of washing time doesn't sound like a good deal.
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I have found a few easier solutions. I detailed cars for a few years, we used various products, including Stoners Tarminator (bugs and tar)...but now you can get the easy to use Turtle wax version just about anywhere.

It's not as fun as engineering saran wrap tear aways for pitstop quick bug removal, but after it soaks in, the bugs just wash off with a hose.
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That's were I KEEP my insect, (bug), collection!
On a single trip I have collected bugs from as many as 9 states.
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