If you have ever taken road trips or traveled long distances, then you most likely have experienced bug splatters or insects inside your car, leaving a hell of a mess. They can fill your car with a foul odor, bug splatters, and stains that can be a real pain to clean. The key is to remove them as quickly as possible, so they don’t breed again. Here’s how to remove insects from your car with WD-40.
Cleaning the inside of the car
Before you clean the bug splatter outside of your car, it’s important to remove all the bugs from the inside. Get rid of any trash, loose papers, food crumbs that may be attracting the bugs. Use the broom on the car floor and get rid of all the dust even from the floor mats; remove the dead insects as well with the broom, if any.
Time to clean and vacuum all the fabric seats throughout your car. Mix the dish soap with hot water and clean all the seats, floor mats, doors of the vehicle and start vacuuming. This is the most effective way to get rid of insects inside the car.
Cleaning the outside of the car
Now that you have cleaned the inside, it’s time to clean the outside of your car, including your car windows and windshield. You will need to make sure you get all the stains from the dead insects removed.
Now you may not be able to remove some splatters or blood stains from the bugs. Spray some WD-40 multi purpose product inside your car floor, windows, and on the doors of your car, and wipe it all down with a towel. This will keep your vehicle looking new and shiny and help remove insects from your car.
Polish and clean your car out regularly to get rid of those creepy-crawling insects from it.
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