Love Bug Remover

Love Bug Remover

by Jerry
(Baton Rouge, LA)

Love Bug Remover

Love Bug Remover

Do you know of a good love bug remover? Bugs are always difficult to remove from our motor home, but these love bugs seem to be the worst. What's the best remover to take them off without removing the wax from our RV or scratching the surface?

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Dec 26, 2013
Love Bugs and other pests
by: Dreamer

To remove love bugs, before washing I use a cloth with windshield washer fluid with bug remover. This certainly can't hurt your paint and makes cleaning extremely easy.

Sep 10, 2013
Love Bug Remover
by: Anonymous

I just got the word from an over the road trucker that Simple Green works best. It actually disolves the little critters. Tried it and wow, was he right. I buy Simple Green in the gallon concentrate and mix about 75% Green to water. Strong works best.

Feb 06, 2010
Dryer sheets
by: Sherry A.

Thanks for the dryer sheet tip. I did not know I could use it on the glass shower doors.
Thanks!

Jan 25, 2010
Rub the Bugs Away
by: Sharon

Great idea to use dryer sheets. I use those to clean soap build-up off the glass shower doors also. It really works great with no additional chemicals.

Jan 25, 2010
Love bug removal
by: Bob Bennett

Try using fabic softener dyer sheets. We live in Alabama and are very familier with love bugs. Dampen the dryer sheet and rub the bugs away. Note: I recommend that you wash the RV with and RV cleaner to remove the softener after use.

Jan 03, 2010
Bug Remover
by: Anonymous

We use only WD-40. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes, bugs soften and takes lots less effort to remove them. Happy Camping!

Nov 28, 2009
Auto Bug and Tar Remover
by: Don

There are a lot of options available to remove the bugs from your RV. However, finding the most effective one can be a challenge. You don't want to remove your wax, or scratch your RV. Some cleaners will still wear you arms out scrubbing because the bugs are really stuck to the paint.

One of the most recommended is the Premium RV Black Streak Remover.

It biodegradable, smells good, foams and sticks to the bug debris and starts working quickly. It is non-toxic, and nonflammable. Easily cleans tough black streaks and bugs, plus removes mildew. Safe for your RV's decals, gel coat, fiberglass and painted aluminum surfaces. USA.

You just spray it on a dry surface and wipe it off. You should rinse with water after wiping if off. It's a favorite as a love bug remover.

If you need a dry application bug (needs no rinsing) then try Turtle Wax Bug and Tar Remover. We recommend you spray it on a cloth or sponge and wipe onto your RV surface. Then remove with a dry cloth. It works well in RV parks that don't allow washing.

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