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For anyone that has to deal with those nasty Lovebugs.... Here is a great way to remove them. Use a bounce dryer sheet. Just wet it and the bugs come off like magic... Then just wash off the car.

It should work with other bugs also.
 

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For anyone that has to deal with those nasty Lovebugs.... Here is a great way to remove them. Use a bounce dryer sheet. Just wet it and the bugs come off like magic... Then just wash off the car.

It should work with other bugs also.
LOL, im not going to even ask how you managed to figure this one out :knockout:
 

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I got the rain-X brand bug and tar remover, it works like a champ when you follow the directions, I learned that the hard way, but it is great!!
 

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My only question is: Won't those sheets scratch the car? or at least leave swirl marks. I know you aren't scrubbing hard, but I also was told that wood fiber, paper products, tend to scratch where as cotton fiber won't scratch as much.
 

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they can swirl if ur not careful - this came out about a year ago on a lot of car/detail forums and the first time i heard about it i was like wtf? but then i tried it and it worked great. make sure to really soak the front of the car first for a good 5 mins to get them loosend up - then use plenty of drier sheets and discard once it gets a lot of guts on it and get a new one. the whole time make sure keep the area wet as to prevent scratching. im not sure exactly what makes them work as well as they do - whether it be some detergent in the sheet or the slight abrasivness of it or both - but they do work.
 
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