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We all know the pain of finding your car covered in sticky splotches from dead bugs. There’s very little worse than returning home after a summer drive to find that the bonnet of your car has turned into some sort of crime scene! Our huge range of bug removers will be able to shift even the most stubborn of guts helping you get rid of the evidence. 

Squashed bugs on the front of your vehicle can be difficult to remove with regular shampoo. So, how do you remove bugs from your car? If your vehicle is heavily contaminated, you should wash it first using your usual routine – snow foam followed by shampoo – to remove most of the dirt from the area. If your vehicle has recently been cleaned, you can use the bug remover straight away on the desired area. Spray the squashed bugs with the remover and allow it to work for a few minutes. Rinse off the bug remover with your pressure washer or just a hose. You can repeat until all the dead bugs are gone.

CARPRO Bug Out is a no-splash foam, designed to dissolve insect marks fast! The perfect solution for one of the greatest detriments to automotive finishes - bugs! Safe for use on coated surfaces, glass, and Paint Protection Film. CARPRO Bug-Out safely and easily removes smashed and baked on bugs, while softening hard-shelled bugs for safe removal.

Koch Chemie 'Insektenentferner' Insect and Dirt Remover is a mild-alkaline specialised cleaner for the safe removal of dead insects from your paintwork. This insect remover leaves no residue and is also designed to remove pollen and other organic debris before you wash your vehicle. The special active ingredients permeate into dirt, softening it and allowing it to be removed gently yet completely. Depending on the accumulation of dirt, apply a 1:3 to 1:10 solution on the surface of the area you wish to clean and allow the product to react for a short time. For heavy dirt, agitate the particles with a washcloth or detailing brush and then use a hose or pressure washer to rinse off thoroughly.