Need Help Removing Those Love Bugs?

  • Avon Skin-So-Soft -Wipe a very light coat of it on your car's hood and bumper and cleaning bugs off of those two places afterwards is a breeze.
  • Baby Oil- Spread a light film of baby oil over the front of the hood, above the windshield and on the grill and bumper. This practice will make their removal a simpler task.
  • Mr. Clean Magic Eraser- Like dryer sheets, we hear good things about this eraser.
  • WD-40- Don't be afraid, go with the power of WD-40. It has a whole bunch of uses and it will soften the bugs and you just wipe them away with a wash cloth.
  • Dryer Sheets- Great things have been said about the power of the dryer sheet. Spray down your car, then get to wiping with some used dryer sheets.
  • Degreaser- A little degreaser on the windshield and bumper, let that set for a minute or two and the love bugs should wipe clean.
  • Cooking Spray- Who'd a thunk?! Use the cooking spray on the nose and mirrors of your car at the first sign of love bugs.
  • Baking Soda- Good ole Arm & Hammer has yet another use. Mix with warm water and watch the bugs melt away.
  • Lamp Oil- Add 1/2 cup of lamp oil to your bucket of wash water and it removes them with ease without leaving streaks on the windshield.
  • Johnson's Baby Shampoo- Mix warm water with the shampoo and some elbow grease.
  • Dish Soap- Water, soap and elbow grease will work. Some folks also claim that a mixture of glass cleaner and dish soap works too.

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