Remove Bug Guts From Your Car: A blog to help you remove those unwanted bug guts off your car and prevent any damage that they could cause.
With school out for the summer, you are probably about to hit the road for a weekend road trip or a week-long vacay. No matter where you are taking off to, chances are you’ll end up unintentionally bringing back some bug guts back with you. Gross. Right? We can’t guarantee you a product or solution that will leave your car 100% bug free, but we definitely have a solution or two to help massively reduce the amount of guts and greim.
Prevent Them Before!
Reduce your nighttime drivetime! The less time you spend on the road during the dark or dusk, the less likely you are to bring back bug guts with you! Bugs and critters often come out and stay outside longer during the chilly and darker evening and early morning hours.
If It’s REALLY Bad!
If the remains of bug guts become a HUGE issue, consider investing in a bug guard that can help protect the front end of your car. They are typically cheap and inexpensive and can help reduce those pesky bug guts when it is necessary to be traveling in the dark.
What To Do After?
It’s happened to all of us. Now it’s time to clean up. We suggest starting off with some simple soap and water to initially work out the major pieces. If you use water and still don’t have much luck, bring out the baking soda or dryer sheets to help buff out the paint of your favorite set of wheels.