Fewer Dead Bugs on My Windshield?
- Posted on Oct 11, 2018
By Michael Turner
It’s one of the biggest pains of driving. You’re heading down the highway at 70 mph and -SPLAT! – a huge bug kamikazes itself all over your windshield resulting in a colorful, gooey mess. Yuck! It can be especially frustrating if you find yourself on a road trip across the Midwest where you’re bound to plow through scores of various insects within just a few miles. Soon you find yourself stopping for gas and shaking your head at a windshield very much reminiscent of a Jackson Pollock masterpiece! And don’t think those sticky bug remains are easy to remove with that gas station squeegee. They are not!
But, if you’re a newer model vehicle owner, you may have noticed that there doesn’t seem to be as many bug insides littering your windshield as there used to be in the good old days. But why is that? The answer may simply be aerodynamic! Check out this insightful article on the evolution of motor vehicle design and the battle against bug guts! And if you happen to be the proud owner of a bug prone vehicle, give Bowtie Detail Services a try! We specialize in the removal of those stubborn, stuck on bugs and we stand by the quality of our work!