Spray-on Power Against Insects
A vexatious and apparently never ending summer issue:
Insect dirt on the paintwork assaults the eye of the motorist and damages the protective shell of the automobile. “What does the Expert recommend to gently remove insects from the paintwork?” Asks Matthias K. from Berlin.
Reply: These organic „paint killers“ can cause serious damage, especially through solar radiation on hot paintwork. The longer they remain stuck on the paintwork, the deeper the residues eat into the paintwork surface. Under the microscope fully fledged craters and cracks become visible. That is why paintwork care, in this case, is not just a question of aesthetics – it is absolutely essential for the long term upkeep of the car’s value.
It is best to remove the creatures directly after a typical drive on the motorway or main road, using an effective and material compatible special cleaner. Highly recommended is, for example, the new SONAX Power Spray insect remover – and not just because of its unbeatable cost effectiveness. The rich foam can be optimally and easily dispersed, sticks very well onto the paintwork surface and can then optimally develop its intensive cleaning effectiveness. Due to its foamy consistency the cleaner also works very effectively on vertical surfaces.
A little assistance may be given, if required – by wiping over with the special SONAX Insect sponge for paintwork, which does not induce scratches. Afterwards, the dissolved grime is thoroughly rinsed off with water, or the vehicle can be washed as usual.