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Putting some QS on the leading edges (front bumper, grill, side mirrors, etc) will help to keep them from sticking so bad (but any LSP will work).  

Waterless Car Wash works fine, but a full 2 bucket wash is best.  Pre-treat with Waterless Car Wash or pre-mixed Adam's Car Wash with a foaming sprayer.  

 

http://www.adamsforums.com/topic/18701-removing-bugs-soaking-method/?hl=bugs

 

http://www.adamsforums.com/topic/12706-taking-on-some-evil-bugs/

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Pre-soak the area with the Waterless Wash. After leaving it in for few minutes and then the wash the area like you would any other area.

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4fFcJsPahM&feature=player_embedded[/media]

This is what I do. I've also resorted to diluted APC for nastier stuff, just don't leave APC on your paint very long.

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I put a fresh layer of wax at the beginning of love bug season. Then every day or two ill stop at the local spray wash and drop a dollar or two with the high pressure rinse to get the guts off the car, followed by spot free rinse on the whole car. Usually cost me about 2 dollars and 5 minutes per trip, 3-4 times a week for about 6 weeks. Can't complain too much about $50 twice a year for no bug damage

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