Chevrolet Tahoe Bug Shield
Chevrolet Tahoe Bug Shield Care 101
Picture that you are driving your Chevrolet Tahoe all the way to your hometown Alabama. The big ole wheels kept on turning and you just can't wait to get back home. The sight is a blessing and a breath of relief. It takes your mind away from the hustle and bustle of city life. But along with a more country experience is encountering lots of bugs on the highway. Seeing bugs flying everywhere is not really bad at all. However, that lovely feeling goes away to waste once you reach your home and find out all the bug splatter on your hood. Fortunately for you, you have invested on a Chevrolet Tahoe bug shield for your long drives and adventures. While it is great to have a panel that continuously take the bug slime for you, you should still consider exerting an effort to keep it clean and tidy. Once all the slime accumulates on its surface, it can also be an awful sight. Moreover, the body fluids of these bugs can also eventually hurt the surface of your panels. We give you some tips for our bug shield care 101.
- Get a clean cloth or chamois to clean your bug shield every after drive.
It might seem impractical to some, but we would like to be on the precautionary side of things. When you end up driving with a lot of captured bogeys on your bug shield, you should be diligent enough to wipe them off your panel. Get a clean cloth and wet it. Use that to remove the slime and stains left by the dead bugs that you got in your trip. It won't be that shiny or glossy. But the point is, you were able to remove possible harmful residues from your vehicle already.
- Include your bug shield during your regular car wash.
Just like every other panel that you clean, include the bug shield whenever you perform a car wash on your Chevy Tahoe. That includes water rinses and the usual scrub with car shampoo. By then, your bug shield should be tidy as ever.