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4 Weeks Ago 08:48 AM
Pat Currie I like the option water them down a bit, wait then soft brush and then compressed air.

To me sunroofs aren't worth it. I had one in my 96 Park Ave Ultra and it had a plastic defector. I hardly used it & Phx isn't that buggy.
09-12-2019 05:14 PM
Verzace I use tarx by carpro. You can get it from Amazon
09-07-2019 04:25 AM
USN24 Mine needs to be cleaned as well. I was thinking of some water in a spray bottle to soften the bug carcasses and using compressed air from inside the car to try and blow them back out of the screen.
09-06-2019 11:21 PM
Dougie I have used a VERY soft brush.
09-05-2019 05:07 PM
Bill58
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Yes that net itís got a lot of bugs in it!!! Is there a drain up there if I do scrub with water??


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It has four drains, one in each corner.
09-05-2019 04:10 PM
Pete Christ
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He is talking about a thin net made of some kind of cloth for the sunroof. Do not scrub too hard or you may tear it.


Yes that net itís got a lot of bugs in it!!! Is there a drain up there if I do scrub with water??


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09-05-2019 03:49 PM
impaler He is talking about a thin net made of some kind of cloth for the sunroof. Do not scrub too hard or you may tear it.
09-05-2019 02:15 PM
plano-doug
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Does anyone know how to clean the dead bugs off of this???
I'd start with soap and water (ie, car shampoo), a rag, and some elbow grease. Then get a bottle of bug and tar remover.

After that, it starts getting risky...that you might scratch it with a brush, or mar it with a hot solvent such as ethanol. Usually, if you keep working the bug and tar remover, the stuff will eventually come off.

Doug

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09-05-2019 01:18 PM
Pete Christ
Wind deflector cleaning

Does anyone know how to clean the dead bugs off of this???




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