Think'in of one of these to keep the front of the car clean...

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  1. Dances With Empties

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    Getting tired of cleaning bug guts off the front of your car?... I'm sure an application can be made...

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ6k_px1Hu0
     
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    I don't get it. Your link is to someone killing yellow jackets.
     
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    I need one of those lol
     
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    Apparently you don't own a white H/C... If I could figure out what bug makes a purple stain I'd commit mass genocide on that species as well...
     
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    sorry don't know the bug, but maybe it's something the bugs are eating rather than the species of bug.

    I use hydrogen peroxide to dissolve bug guts from the front of my BMW k1600 GTL-E motorcycle (white). Spray the HP (no pun intended) on, let it soak in for about 45 seconds and use an old T-shirt to wipe off the bugs. Wipe don't rub, if any reside remains, repeat the spray, wait and then wipe again. HP is cheap and better on the finish than bug remover with all of the chemicals. Give it a try.

    Don't know if it's still available but I also use Dry Wash N' Guard spray on coating to help protect the paint. I also liberally spray HP into the oil cooler and radiator to get rid of the bugs then wash out with a low pressure water from a garden hose.
     
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