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Still don't think they're LOVE bugs. Just sayin. When those critters die, they emit a small acid type residue. You don't want that on your PAINT for very long either.......Dennis


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I've found bug removal to be a pain in the a$$ so I installed a small pressure washer behind the generator slide out. Its plumbed with PEX to a cold water line and wired to the inverter. I just open the slide and pull out the hose. Makes short work of the bugs as long as I do it at every fuel stop before they bake on.


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Been using Bugslide on the Harley for 10+ yrs. Since I just got my Country Coach I’ll be using it on that also. On a side note, the Harley Bug remover is still the best thing I’ve found for removal on the paint and chrome.

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With at least a couple million miles windshield time, use RainX once a month. It also works great for frost.


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2X on Rejex especially if you can get a few coats on the front cap, windshield and mirrors over six months period it lasts for a long time. Just use warm water and a sponge. RainX repels water better but Rejex lasts lots longer. I use Rejex on the entire rig and it also contains UV protection.


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I use Totally Awesome in a spray bottle to remove the bugs on my windshield.

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