Matt94GT said:if you have a good coat of wax on I find the bugs just slide right off with even soap & water.
thorco3 said:my car's the same way alitl8. hopefully about this time next year I'll have enough money saved up to just get the entire car professionally repainted
Dalamar said:Man, I've been using the PB's bugsquash and Daym, it works great.
takes bug's off easy, even if dryed.
easiest removal of the stuff I've tried.
My neighbor's car has a bunch of tar drops all over hes cherokee, been ther for a while,
it took some whiping, but it desolved that off too.
I'm impressed with that stuff, and recommend it !
ALITL8 said:bug sponges, soap and elbow grease. if that doesnt do it, try a clay bar, compound, polish and wax. if that doesnt work, color sand, compound, polish and wax by a professional.
and if that doesnt work, PAINT... thats where my front bumper is after 160K+ miles :'( i have bug, bird, rock and misc chips/stains on our front bumper. i also have paint thats flacking off in places... Ford did not do a very good job painting "this" car. if i wasnt a detailer it wouldnt look half as good as it does imp2: