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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    Cooking oil or grease can also be used to remove an insect from a windshield. Any standard household cooking oil or grease, such as bacon grease or lard, will loosen the insect after two or three minutes. Use glass cleaner to remove the grease or oil from your windshield.

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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    Quote Originally Posted by Murano View Post
    Cooking oil or grease can also be used to remove an insect from a windshield. Any standard household cooking oil or grease, such as bacon grease or lard, will loosen the insect after two or three minutes. Use glass cleaner to remove the grease or oil from your windshield.
    Interesting comment Murano. I'd like to know what others think of this.

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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    Keeping the screen coated with a good wax will aid removal on a daily basis too. Quick Wax or even UQD works and is easy to do....
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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    I use Meguiars Glass Cleaner Concentrate with a MF Towel. Then I follow up with PlastX if there are any swirls on the shield.
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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    Quote Originally Posted by Murano View Post
    Cooking oil or grease can also be used to remove an insect from a windshield. Any standard household cooking oil or grease, such as bacon grease or lard, will loosen the insect after two or three minutes. Use glass cleaner to remove the grease or oil from your windshield.

    Ewww, Gross. I wouldn't want to do that lol
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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    I soak the nose of my car with rain water and then use a bug sponge or microfibre cloth to remove the little buggers. Ah.... another benefit of a rain barrel
    I got so mad at a girl who was texting while she was driving,that I rolled down my window and threw my beer at her

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    Re: How to remove bugs from windscreen without damage

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry N View Post
    I soak the nose of my car with rain water and then use a bug sponge or microfibre cloth to remove the little buggers. Ah.... another benefit of a rain barrel
    Hey Barry... that's the Mutart Conservatory I see in the background of your avatar photo, cool :-) Nice choice for a photo location.

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