McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover
Is the front of your vehicle covered in bug remains? Are your rocker panels littered with tar build up that won’t budge? McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover is the easy-to-use solution for difficult-to-remove deposits. McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover offers immense cleaning power without the use of harsh acids or caustic alkalines. McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover is safe for use on all exterior automotive surfaces including paint, plastic, rubber, and glass!
McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover is formulated with clear-coat safe surfactants that penetrate and break down sticky road deposits so they can be removed with little effort. Insect remains, which can damage delicate clear-coat paint finishes, will wipe away with ease. Detailer’s Road Kill Bug Remover, unlike some powerful bug removers, does not require rinsing and will not damage finishes if left to dwell too long.
Bug splatter is harmful to your paint! As insect remains break down they release powerful, acid-like enzymes that will etch into the paint and cause permanent damage. Additionally, they harden like concrete and become almost impossible to remove with normal washing methods. Read bug remains their last rights with McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover.
To use McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover for bug removal, spray directly onto the surface and allow it to dwell for 30 seconds. Wipe away bug remains with a clean microfiber to remove. To remove tar deposits, dampen a microfiber towel with water. Spray Road Kill onto both the damp down and surface. Hold the towel over the surface for 1 minute to loosen the tar, then wipe clean.
McKee’s 37 Road Kill Bug Remover is an extremely effective wash additive to help clean heavily soiled vehicles. Add 3-to-4 ounce of Road Kill into your normal wash bucket. Any wash solution supercharged with Road Kill will quickly cut through grease and heavy grime and rinse away easily off the surface.