How to: Remove Bugs
- Spray the area with Wash Wax ALL (Blue)
- Let soak for 5-10 minutes.
- After 5-10 minutes, re-spray an area you can comfortably lean before the Wash Wax ALL dries.
- Use the Aero Scrubber Pad or damp microfiber towel to break up bugs.
- Wipe the area dry with a microfiber towel before the Wash Wax ALL dries on its own.
Do not apply Wash Wax ALL during step 6 - and for best results, use the full-sized Wash Wax Mop.
Going over glass with a damp towel or pad followed by a dry towel or pad (step 6) will remove any possible streaks left by the Wash Wax ALL. You will still have water beading protection.
Also see How to Clean Glass with Wash Wax ALL, pg. 7.
- Pre-soaking the bugs with Wash Wax ALL (Blue) will make it much easier to remove dried or caked on bugs.
- The Wash Wax ALL (Blue) will make it much easier to remove bugs next time you clean, due to the non-stick coating that Wash Wax ALL leaves behind.
- The Aero Scrubber is a soft non-scratching pad that makes removing bugs much faster and easier. It is safe for use on all surfaces including paint, get coat, and glass.
- We have found that microfiber towels work better than cotton towels for removing bugs.
- Wash Wax ALL and the Bug Scrubber/Aero Scrubber are safe on Chip Guard Laminates, paint protection films such as Diamond Coat, and on TKS aircraft de-ice systems.
- Consider using the Bug Scrubber/Mini Mop for any hard to reach areas.
(See How to use the Bug Scrubber)
Do not use window squeegees found at gas stations and truck stops on paint or gel coat. The material on the bug remover side of the squeegee can scratch the paint, gel coat, and plastic surfaces.