Remove bug splatter and more without scrubbing!
Poorboy's Bug Squash doesn't squash the bug; it removes the bug that's been squashed!
Here in Florida, the most common critter to meet head-on while barreling down the highway is the Love Bug. These little bugs mate mid-flight, hence their name. Not only are they distracted as they fly, they are attracted to the odor of hot car exhaust. Plus, they often lay their eggs by the roadside where water and grass clippings have accumulated in ditches. Yep, these little bugs live and die by the road – literally. If a bug hits your windshield in Florida, it's probably a Love Bug.
That's why our Autogeek warehouse is loaded up on Poorboy's Bug Squash. This intensive cleaner breaks up bug splatter, tar, sand, and road grime with little or no scrubbing. Most importantly, it works quickly to remove bugs before their organic acids eat into your paint. Likewise, Bug Squash removes road salt to prevent oxidation and corrosion of your paint finish. So, even if you're out of the Love Bug's territory, you still have plenty of uses for Bug Squash.
It's always best to remove sticky contaminants as soon as they happen, before they bake in the sun. For immediate cleaning, dilute Bug Squash 3:1 (water: cleaner). For older sticky spots, use the cleaner undiluted. It is safe on glass, clear coats, paint, aluminum, plastic, vinyl, and more! As a pre-cleaner, spray all the problem areas and then wash your vehicle as usual. Bug Squash packs the extra punch to loosen stubborn contaminants.
Poorboy's Bug Squash is a great product to have on your boat. If you store your boat in or near the water, you've probably encountered bird droppings on your vinyl seats more than once. Bug Squash is a quick solution. Just spray and wipe! It beats hosing down the boat right before you're ready to set sail.
If you have no love for the Love Bugs or there's a bird's nest directly over your parking spot, Poorboy's Bug Squash will quickly find a home in your detailing lineup!
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