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How to Get Rid of Bug Residue

Bugs are a fact of RVing life. Even a boat can wind up with acidic bug remains splattered across the hull! What’s the best way to remove bug remains from your RV or boat? Pair McKee’s 37 Marine & RV Bug Remover & Wax Restorer with our McKee’s 37 Bug Scrubber for the easiest bug removal process you’ve ever tried. A quick spritz allowed to dwell on the surface for a minute or two will soften and dissolve the most stubborn bug splatter, follow that with a quick swipe of the Bug Scrubber Sponge and your RV (or boat!) will be bug free in no time!

Some cleaners claim to be the solution to bug removal issues, but they are so acidic that that can do more harm than good. And if you forget to re-apply wax or sealant afterward? Well, the next bug swarm you drive through could spell disaster for your rig when acidic bug guts eat through your paint! Even a boat trailered to its destination can benefit from the McKee’s 37 Marine & RV Bug Remover & Wax Restorer formula!

Directions:
  1. Spray Bug Remover & Wax Restorer directly onto affected area. 
  2. Allow 1-2 minutes of dwell time. 
  3. Wipe clean using a soft microfiber towel.
 


Stubborn bug splatter may require a 2nd application.  For even easier bug removal, pair Bug Remover & Wax Restorer with the McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover Sponge. 

Bug Remover