Bug Eater Sponge

Part Number 93600110




When paired with water and Bug Remover or Wheel & Tire Cleaner sprays, the textured orange surface helps break down and dissolve baked on bugs and road grime without scratching the surface below.

  • Tough on bugs but gentle on other surfaces
  • Easy-to-grip pad features a strong, flexible core laminated with double-sided cleaning surfaces

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Bug Eater Sponge is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough love We've all been there - scrubbing one tiny spot for 5 minutes of bug guts that just wont come off. You don't dare use your fingernail or any sharp object... This is abrasive enough to clean the baked on June Bug guts with minimal pressure and doesn't appear to damage the bike's surface. I always make sure that both are wet to reduce the risk of scratches.
Date published: 2015-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as described! I was skeptical about not scratching the paint. Combined it with bug remover and used very little pressure to remove many baked on bugs, worked great. Cleaned the fairing, the lowers, the tank and the windshield without scratching. I would not recommend using a lot of pressure, but you really shouldn't need to.
Date published: 2015-01-17
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I just bought a "bug eater sponge" but am concerned that its rough texture will scratch painted I need to be mindful of this?

Asked by: TK77
Hey, TK77! Thanks for your great question. The sponge is designed to remove debris without scratching surface finishes. So you should be safe. I recommend that you try it out on a small inconspicuous area first, though, just to be safe. Also, be sure to only use non-abrasive cleaners. Check out our special cleaners and polishes if you really want to make your bike shine.
Answered by: RoadWarrior
Date published: 2014-03-17
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