When cleaning your car and the bug spots are hard to get off, just use a nylon bath scrubby ball that comes with many bath sets. They are soft and will not scratch the paint, but will work wonderfully on those greasy bug spots and black tar.
By Jan M from Appleton, WI
Good thinking, just don't use it on yourself afterwards, lol! No bath scrubbies handy? Try a net onion bag, that might also work. I think they're made almost the same.
We have used fabric softener sheets to remove tar, grease, bug spots, door handle scratch marks on our white car. Magic! Use it while the car is still wet and you see what regular washing missed.
You can spray the tar, grease, and bug spots with WD-40. It will soften/dissolve the debris and you can wash it off without harming the clear coat. You should only 'scrub' your car's clear coat finish with a cotton terry cloth or microfiber cloth. That is, if you want to avoid 'spider webs' in your shine.
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