Oxy Clean on a large hand towel works wonders. Wipe on then hose off. (On the bad spots might have to work a little).
Have you ever tried that stuff called "bug-Be-Gone" (I think that is what it is called)? It is for removing bugs from the windshield of your car and I think you buy it anywhere you buy winshield washer fluid. sunnyNDJollyMon said:I wish they'd invent something that you could just spray on the bugs, and they'd just melt away.
found any good places that sell that 'elbow grease' stuffNDJollyMon said:Mother Nature takes care of it for me. It's called....
-44 below zero!
Water sure can get down inside the awning when it's rolled up! I have been using elbow grease with mild detergent so far. The smashed bugs are much harder to get off for me.
I use a product called "Bug Off". Its made by a company in Ohio. Malco Products. It works great on the truck, camper etc. does not hurt the finish and the bugs really melt away. Best stuff I every used.NDJollyMon said:I also heard about the dryer sheets. They did seem to get a lot of bugs off, but not all of them. Some were pretty stubborn. (there are LOTS of bugs up here) I found that rubbing them with right kitchen sponge worked pretty good. It has a nylon webbing texture on one side, and wasn't too abrasive on the finish. It sure is a lot of work though! (and it helps not to let them bake on in the sun for days too!)
I wish they'd invent something that you could just spray on the bugs, and they'd just melt away.