On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 20:07:21 GMT, "Cobra Boy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> What's the best way or product to get bugs of the front bumper of a black
> Cobraboy '98 convertible
Anyone recall seeing the commercial where the neighbor guy is wrapping
his car in bubble wrap?
Priority one is don't let the stuff sit any longer than you have to. I
think it's the proteins (just like when someone eggs your car) that's
like acid. Oh, yeah bird droppings, too.
Maybe someone has tried and knows if it works or not on late model
cars, but way back when we were diving Chevy Biscayne's on patrol,
we'd spray furniture polish on the chrome bumpers and nose. Made it a
little slicker, so there was less stick and more sliddddddeeeeee off.
Helped pass the Watch Commanders inspections... at least we believed
Not 100% but urban legend said it worked so we continued to do it.
It's a trick which was carried over from the armed forces when dorm
dwellers used it on shower stalls, toilets, sinks, etc, to keep water
spots at bay for inspections.
I don't know how it might work today. Maybe someone could call the 800
number on a can and see what the say.
1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2 A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok
Vintage Burgundy w/Black Standard Interior; Vintage 40
16" rims w/BF Goodrich Comp T/A gForce Radial
225/50ZR16 KDWS skins; surround sound audio-video.
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