Open road or countryside drivers are often outraged with the appearance of bugs on their car windshield. These nasty insects are there to not only to spoil the view but also distract the driver from focusing on the road.
Everybody wishes to steer away from bugs; here we go, in our today’s article Philkotse.com discusses 3 simply tips every Filipino driver should know to keep bugs away from the car windshield.
1. Getting your ‘dormant’ car covered
Bugs are not just problems on the road, they may hassle us when the car’s not on the move as well. As the car’s parked, some bugs still may approach your vehicle and land on the windshield. To get your windshield clear off bugs when the car is at parking lot, use a cover over your windshield. Of course, a windshield cover is available at many car shops but it’s more economical to make one yourself from cardboard or discarded clothes.
To get your windshield clear off bugs when the car at the parking lot, use a cover over your windshield
2. Using special spray to keep bugs away from the car windshield
It is not difficult to find one in a car accessories shop. How to use it is just so much like what we handle a glass cleaner. Just spray the liquid on the windshield surface, then use a lint-free cloth to dry it, finally, enjoy your bug-free drive.
Or you can make your own windshield spray following the tutorial video down below:
3 ways to gets bugs off the windshields with spray
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3. Using a bug deflector installed above the grille
The bug deflector set right above the grille area works to create a flow of air which makes sure bugs getting towards the windshield will be swept up out of this car’s part. A bug deflector can be easy to set but requires different ways to install. Some need to be clipped while others ask for adhesive.
A bug deflector can be easy to set but requires different ways to install
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