Toyota Tundra Bug Shield
Bring Back the Luster on Your Toyota Tundra Bug Shield
Your Toyota Tundra is a capable performer on and off the road. The truck makes a lasting impression as you drive it through streets, highways, and back roads. As you squeeze the gas pedal, the truck accelerates with spirit. What an exciting feeling to experience. However, as you make your way to your destination, a swarm of insects came across your path. Wham! They are all road kill! Unfortunately, the remains don't get left behind on the road. They end up sticking on the tip of your hood with all those slimy goo from their splattered bodies. Bug slime? No problem. That's what you initially think. Unfortunately, this slime can cause some chemical reaction on your truck's paint finish if left there for a long time. Good thing you have the Toyota Tundra bug shield. This panel takes the blow and slime for your hood. More than that, its material is less reactive to the bug residue that ends up being splattered when you drive out. But keeping them on this part looks untidy as well. Here are some tips to bring back the luster on your bug shield.
- Wash the bug shield with water and car shampoo.
This is a no-brainer. With the help of water and car shampoo, you can eliminate the bug slime that makes a nasty impression on your panel. First, you have to thoroughly wash it water. Direct your water hose at an angle to give it a quick rinse. The water pressure should be able to push and loosen the build-up found on the plastic. Next, you should grab your wash mitt and soak it in the mixture of car shampoo and water. Gently scrub the panel with it until you clear away the nasty layers. Don't forget to rinse the suds after scrubbing it.
- Wipe and dry your panel with a clean cloth.
We advise you to wipe and dry your panel with a clean cloth after giving it a wash. This prevents watermarks for that clear glossy finish. Enjoy the luster!