Claims - "Spray on and wipe bugs away."
For Use On - Motorcycle
windscreens, windshields, paint.
Claimed Features - Bug
remover. Will not remove wax. Drip resistant.
Spray on, let stand for several seconds, wipe off.
Keep surface wet until all bugs are removed.
Here's another apparent secret formula used by private pilots to clean bugs
off the windscreens of their low-flying airplanes. We gave it a try to
see if it would work as well on motorcycle windscreens and fairings.
Unfortunately, the perfect bug remover doesn't exist yet, in our opinion.
That would be some type of liquid that can be sprayed on and wiped off in a
single swipe, completely removing every bug, bug carcass and the rest, while
leaving a nice, shiny finish.
That Bug Stuff didn't seem to work any better or worse than our control
bug remover, Glass Plus. That Bug Stuff has a slightly thick
consistency, so it does seem to stick to the surface that's being treated,
whether it is a windscreen or a painted surface.
it doesn't really do anything more than would be expected from any other
motorcycle cleaner or bug remover -- the 'screen gets wet and you can wipe
the bugs off.
We gave it a workout by trying it on the bugs that seem to always collect
on the front of the BMW's engine case. This may be one of the hardest
areas to clean because the bugs and residue really stick to the hot engine
case, making it very hard to clean if it isn't done right away. The
dirt seems to get baked on.
The two photographs illustrate a before and after the
use of That Bug Stuff, and it did a pretty decent job in this area.
Spruce for many different and unusual cleaners and polishes. By
the way, see the
wBW review of RejeX
polish, which works very nicely as a polish and a "soil barrier" to
prevent bugs from accumulating in the first place. We found that
surfaces treated with RejeX seem to be much easier to clean when they do get