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Old 12-12-2006
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Location: Cincinnati, OH
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Hmmm..I'll have to try that next year. I just try to keep fresh wax and rain-x on the truck during the summer and wash it often and that keeps them easy to remove just by washing. The dryer sheet might be a good idea for the ones that get missed and/or get baked on by the sun.
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Old 12-12-2006
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Location: Blaine, Minnesota
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Any of you southern peoples still dealing with bugs? I just got some stuff in called Bug Squash... Was wondering if anyone would be interested in testing it out, I would make a deal on a bottle of someone wants to try it out.

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