Take a look at some of these ideas. Basically you have to wash your vehicle within 48 hours of bug impact.
Park your vehicle in a shaded area, as direct sunlight may cause the bug remover spray to dry too quickly.
Attach a garden hose to a water source, and turn on the water. Fill the bucket with water and soap, Spray the area covered with love bugs with water from the garden hose to wash off any loose bug innards.
Scrub the love bug-covered area with the soap-and-water mixture using a sponge to remove any love bugs loose enough to remove without a chemical. Rinse the affected area with water from the hose.
Spray the bug remover spray over the entire area covered in love bugs. Allow the bug remover to set for the time specified by its instructions, and scrub it with a sponge. Rinse the affected area with water and clean it using a sponge and a soap-and-water mixture. Rinse the area with water from the garden hose.
Repeat Step 4 until no love bugs remain on the vehicle. Remember, the longer the bugs stay on the vehicle the harder they are to remove, and the more damaging to your vehicle's paint.
Apply a generous coat of wax to the affected area to create a barrier preventing the acid from any new love bug impacts from reaching the vehicle's finish. This process varies greatly, depending on the type of wax used, so refer to the wax's instructions for specific direction.
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