Insect Strip 500ml

£7.99

Removes even the most stubborn debris from dead insects and other environmental dirt from the outside of the vehicle and windscreen. High-quality innovative ingredients penetrate into the dirt and enable fast thorough and careful cleaning.

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Description

Removes even the most stubborn debris from dead insects and other environmental dirt from the outside of the vehicle and windscreen. High-quality innovative ingredients penetrate into the dirt and enable fast thorough and careful cleaning. Simply spray onto the affected area, allow some time to soak before pressure rinsing off.

How To Use: Spray directly onto your vehicle where dead insect deposits are present. Insect Strip is most effective when applied to a dry vehicle before the wash stage. Allow 1-2 minutes to dwell before using a high-pressure jet wash to remove the insect deposits safely. Pay particular care if jet washing close to the front of the vehicle where stone chips may be present to avoid paintwork damage. Insect Strip is LSP safe if washed off using snowfoam/ shampoo prior to use. Insect Strip can also be diluted up to 10:1 depending on the application.

Safety information: For use on automotive paintwork only. Avoid contact with rubber and plastic. Do not use on vehicle interior. Apply Insect Strip in a well ventilated preferably in a dust-free environment. Always wear gloves when using chemicals and avoid contact with bare skin. If irritation develops when using Insect Strip stop immediately and wash the affected area with plenty of cold water and introduce gentle scrubbing. Insect Strip will cause irritation to eyes and airways. Always stand upwind of any spray. If Insect Strip encounters eyes rinse thoroughly with eyewash. Keep out of reach of children! If swallowed contact your local emergency services and do not induce vomiting.

Importance Of Removing Bugs 

When driving around, you will encounter insects (and some other animals). These insects can be thrown up by the vortex of the car in front of you, or are capable of flight. Some of these insect will be pushed away by the layer of air in front of your car, but some bugs will still impact on the surface of your vehicle. Unfortunately for the little insects, this impact is almost always deadly, and the impact is often hard enough for their bodies to get stuck on the surface. In other cases, the body might fall off but the blood will stay behind on the surface. The bodies itself don’t pose a direct threat, but the shell of an insect is very hard. When you try to remove the bodies, small bits might get caught between your washmitt and the paint. Causing the particles to be dragged over the paint and create marks in the process. The blood is just very sticky, and therefore difficult to remove. Trying to wipe these off while make you to rub it, which can cause marring from pressure and rubbing. Removing bugs can be more of a problem in certain periods of the year, or in certain areas.

 

Additional information

Weight 0.654 kg

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