For aircraft, autos, RVs, boats, and motorcycles. A revolutionary appearance care product engineered to quickly remove bugs without leaving a residue.
Dissolves and removes bugs without scrubbing - no elbow grease is required! This is a quick, time saving product. Just spray, wait and wipe. Finally a product that solves messy problems without being messy!! Unlike other formulations, when sprayed, Bug Blaster instantly attacks bug proteins and acids. You will not have the dripping, messy run-off you have with conventional bug removers. Perfect for use in paint shop environments where run-offs need to be avoided.
Safe on all exterior surfaces including: acrylic sheet, polycarbonate, glass, clear coat or polyurethane paints, polished aluminum, etc. Perfect for windshields, leading edges, boots, wheels, chrome, mirrors, bumpers, and more. Completely biodegradable.
Iâ€™ve ordered a few times now and most other cleaning products. I do think it removes bugs quicker than others. Of course I spray to soak it a few minutes and Iâ€™ve been comparing time closely. I do think itâ€™s noticeably faster at softening and making less effort out of removing them.
Ive been using Bugblaster to debug my airplane for years, and it works great! Minimal elbow grease needed they just wipe off. Best part is no streaking or smearing. It evaporates and leaves a shiny surface. It doesnt hurt the Plexiglas windscreen, either. I use it on my car, too, and bought one for my dad.
This product does remove bugs and showed no signs of damage to the paint. No directions were sent with the product. I found that letting it soak for 5-10 minutes, scrubbing with a paper towel, then wiping again with a dry paper towel worked the best. It was more scrubbing than advertised until I started wiping it with a dry towel after scrubbing it with a Bug Blaster soaked towel. The dry paper towel at the end is what removed the stuck on bugs the best. So in summary, let it soak, wipe and scrub lightly, then scrub lightly with a dry towel/paper towel after it has dried on the surface.
So far I dont like it as much as OMR (Organic Matter Remover), but that seems to have mysteriously disappeared. Also this is pricey.
Lousy, not as good as Crazy Clean for debugging and a lot more expensive.