An English student who enjoys writing and art, Karen has had her poetry published in her university's literary journal and has several novels in the works.
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As disgusting as it is, finding dead insects on your car windshield or windows at home is pretty much inevitable. No matter how you may try to prevent this from happening, you are still likely to end up with remains of dead bugs on your windows, especially on your car. You have probably noticed that after a long car trip the windshield of your car is covered with insects. Not only is it gross to have a film of bug remains on your windshield, but it's also dangerous: your vision can be impaired and could cause an accident.
So if it is so hard to prevent bugs from splattering on your window, what can you do to get rid of them? The best thing is to learn how to most effectively clean the bug remains from the glass. There are certain helpful things you can try that are easy and quite effective.
You can also buy a bug deflector to help reduce the amount of insects that end up hitting your windshield. However, although it can keep your glass cleaner, it won't completely prevent messes caused by bugs.