Time To Get The Fall Bugs Off Of The Car: Here’s How You Do It
Every day I see 'em. SPLAT.It's even worse on Husbando's car, because he drives to Jefferson City to see friends every week or so. Just tons and tons of bug guts all over the place! So I decided to do a little research and find some ways to get the dang things off, seeing as washing the car doesn't always shift the remains.
- Baby Oil – This one is more preventative. You rub some on the problem areas like the front of your hood, and the bugs wipe off easier.
- Johnson’s Baby Shampoo - All ya gotta do is mix some with some warm water, and BAMMO. Bug Over.
- Cooking Spray – I guess since it helps keep your chicken off the pan, it can keep the bugs off your car, too.
- Baking Soda - Doesn't baking soda do everything? It already sits in my fridge and my cabinets and my litter boxes. So versatile.
- Dish Soap - I imagine it's something similar to a degreaser. Bugs are greasy? Kinda.
- Dryer Sheets – I see people on the internet doing this all the time. You just have to rinse your car a bit, and then wipe the sheet.
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser – Husbando swears by these. He'll use them for everything and anything, though.
What about you? What do you do to get the bugs off your car after a little drive? Share your thoughts in the comments!