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      08-07-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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Bug splatter death

Bug splatter death, on front bumper, cooked into the clear. Is there any recovery from this?
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cooked into the clear? yikes...try some auto finesse citrus power first
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If it's etched into the clear, then you'll have to polish.
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Thank you for your recommendations. Your experience is most appreciated.
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Bringing this one back from the dead-
I have the same issue, baked on bug splatter that just doesn't want to come off. Tried using compound then polishing (by hand), bug/tar remover, etc with no results. Any suggestions on what to try next?
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I have the same issue, baked on bug splatter that just doesn't want to come off. Tried using compound then polishing (by hand), bug/tar remover, etc with no results. Any suggestions on what to try next?
try to get your hands on a da and then try some polish. by hand will get minimal results
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That's why you get a clear bra. Having a good sealant layer also helps.

The main thing is to not let the bugs sit on the paint long. The longer the bug guts sit, the more it eats into the paint.
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