“Love Love Bugs!” NOT!


If I heard it once yesterday, I heard this almost a dozen times. “We need a story on love bugs!!!! They are bad!!!”

Do love bugs bite?
Adult lovebugs feed on flower nectar. Adult lovebugs do not bite or sting humans. Although their behavior and their common name may be amusing, their presence in such large numbers can be somewhat of a nuisance.

We looked for Lovebug Jokes and Discovered! There are none, for good reason. No explanation needed!

5 Simple Steps to Rid Your Car of Love Bugs

  • To make their splatter easier to remove, completely soak the bug-laden area with water. …
  • Lightly scrub the area with a wet dryer sheet.
  • Rinse often and use new dryer sheets.
  • Scrub until they’re gone.
  • Clean off any leftover love bug residue, then wash and rinse your car.

How do you get bugs off your car?
1. Spray down your car, then get to wiping with some used dryer sheets. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser – Like dryer sheets, we hear good things about this eraser.
2. WD-40 – Don’t be afraid, go with the power of WD-40. It has a whole bunch of uses and it will soften the bugs and you just wipe them away with a wash cloth.

How do I clean the bugs out of my radiator?
Exercise caution by testing the water pressure first and approaching the rad carefully to prevent damaging the radiator fins. You can also clean your rad at home using a garden hose and some bug-and-tar remover. Once your radiator is cool, spray on the remover, let it soak for a minute, then rinse it off.

Useless LoveBug info.
1. Scientific: The lovebug is a species of march fly found in parts of Central America and the southeastern United States, especially along the Gulf Coast. It is also known as the honeymoon fly or double-headed bug. Wikipedia
2. Scientific name: Plecia nearctica

 

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