Best Bug Remover...

Discussion in 'Pre Wash, Wash, Decon, Claying, Engine, Wheels, an' started by Dust2Glory, Mar 15, 2008.

  1. Dust2Glory

    Dust2Glory Nuba Guru

    I currently use PB bug squash, but a little expensive for as much as i use it. Was wondering what you guys used?

    And is there anything CG carries? I've looked on the web-site, maybe I've missed it?!?!
  2. Dontsleeponit

    Dontsleeponit Jedi Nuba

    bugsquash works well for me even when I dilute it 1:1, have you tried that?

    CG body solvent? FMINUS seems to like that stuff
  3. eShine

    eShine Guest

    I find Bug Squash works better diluted 1:1.
  4. JLs Detailing

    JLs Detailing DB Pro Supporter

    I like Bug Squash at 1:1 too but for a cheaper alternative I use Majestic Solutions Bug Off diluted 1:1 and it works very well.
  5. mixxer

    mixxer Birth of a Detailer

    Pb Bs
  6. Black Diamond

    Black Diamond Jedi Nuba

    Megs APC+ works well also.
  7. Calogero

    Calogero Two Bucket System Washer

    Megs Bug and Tar Remover

    Bounty Dryer Sheets.
  8. Al-53

    Al-53 Welcome to Detailing

    The only bug remover I have used is the Duragloss one....and it works for me...not saying others are not better..but we do not have a real bad bug problem here..just mostly sceeters....

    Dissolves and removes bugs, oil and tar with ease. Works great on painted surfaces, fiberglass, chrome and glass. Will not harm clear coated paint or remove durable polishes.

    I just spray it on and the remains just dissolve and run with the product..17.95 a gallon..


    MWAUTOPRO Jedi Nuba

    2 oz:5 gallons CWG and the Yellow Side of a Shmitt has never let me down on bugs. If there are a lot I soak a rag and drape them over the bugs to loosen them up.
  10. Tonya

    Tonya Welcome to Detailing

    Turtle Wax
    PB is my favorite so far. Someone gave me Stoner Tarminator to try. I have not had a chance to use it yet :shrug: :rollinglaugh: it is to darn cold for bugs yet :rollinglaugh:
  11. Dust2Glory

    Dust2Glory Nuba Guru

    i normally use it i think 3:1... it's not that fact that it doesn't work, i'm looking for something more cost effective... I might have to check that stuff out. thnx

    I will look into the MS stuff

    Ok hold the phone... you use Bounty dryer sheets to remove bugs???:shrug:

    hhhmmm... will see if i cant get some at a local shop here

    sounds like too much work:afro:
    thanks tonya... maybe i'll just dilute NuFinish and see if that doesn't work!!!
  12. TexasTB

    TexasTB Obsessive Detailer

    Ditto on the bounty dryer sheets. Enlighten us please, because now I am very curious.....
  13. npb

    npb Virgin Detailer

    SC grime destroyer
  14. budman3

    budman3 Birth of a Detailer

    +1 for Bug Squash ... buy a 16 oz bottle today and you will get 32 oz through
  15. richy

    richy Guest

    The Bounce sheet has me interested too. I use one under the seat to absorb works well.
  16. Utah12

    Utah12 Any Rag Vehicle Washer

    I'm new to the site with some questions. I looked for a link for the Bug Squash special mentioned here and could not find it. Could someone give me a link? I just purchased some 3M adhesive remover after being told it is a great tar remover. Bugs too? In any event I was a little concerned about using it on the finish of my sportscar. The bug squash may be the answer. Also has anyone used the hard sponge like pads used for bug removal?
  17. richy

    richy Guest

    I've got a bug sponge (from AG) and the DG bug remover (can't remember the #). I only had a chance to use it on one car, as I got them late last year.
  18. Gemini13

    Gemini13 Obsessive Detailer

  19. Utah12

    Utah12 Any Rag Vehicle Washer

    Oh well, I'm not going to pay almost $20 to get 16 ounces of this stuff. I was looking at thier other stuff but I'm not educated enough to know what to get.
  20. Deep Gloss Auto Salon

    Deep Gloss Auto Salon DB Pro Supporter

    I have been using Surf City Grime Destroyer since last season and have been happy with it

    The original formula was very thick and hard to spray, the new formula is much thinner

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