Get rid of splattered bugs with Love Bug Eraser

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There is probably not a single RVer who has not experienced pulling into a campsite after a day’s drive to discover a mass of dead bugs splattered on the front of his or her vehicle. The problem is that bugs are greasy little critters who are not only difficult to remove, but if not removed soon will leave lasting stains on a vehicle’s paint.

What to do?
A product called Love Bug Eraser gets rave reviews for both ease of use and effectiveness. Bugs come off easily using the eraser with car wash soap and water.


Here’s what Bob Livingston of Trailer Life wrote: “The Love Bug Eraser is an amazingly simple product that will change the way you tackle bug removal. It’s destined to allow owners to throw away most of the tools in their cleaning arsenal. . . . Just dip the eraser in a bucket of soapy water and clean away. It takes virtually no effort to remove anything in its path. It worked amazingly well, removing all the bugs in just a few minutes.”

Visit Love Bug Eraser’s website to learn more or order. The owners of Love Bug Eraser offer a money back guarantee if a customer is not satisfied.

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Carson Axtell

In my motorcycling days, I always carried a spray can of Lemon Pledge furniture polish to remove splattered bugs from my helmet visor and to make it shed rain more easily. The polish loosens the bugs immediately, and a quick swipe with a hand towel I carried for the purpose would leave my visor completely clean, without damaging the plastic or helmet paint. I don’t see why it wouldn’t work on RV windshields and paintwork just as safely and easily.

Alvin

I’ve used either Spray 9 or Fantastic cleaning liquids with amazing results for years. Both are readily available in most areas we travel. Apply and watch as the bugs melt away before your eyes. Then wash away the residue, you’re done. I’m not sure what the eraser is but I’d like to be reassured it is not an abrasive in anyway, because over time it will affect clear coat and or decals. Rejex sounds like it might be a good one as well.

Wayne

ReJex is a great product that makes removal of bugs much easier. I also use it on the boat as it eliminates lake stain.
When applied to the front of the RV you will notice if you run into a good rain the bugs slide off.
http://rejex.com/rejex-16-fl-oz-combo-shipping-included/