Today I found that a bit of TIDE laundry liquid detergent and water does a very fast and thorough job of removing dried bugs from our body panels, headlamp lenses, and the F-4 windscreen. I had wetted a microfiber towel with water and about a half teaspoon of the TIDE. I worked the wet towel to evenly distribute the detergent and then cleaned an oily stain from my garage to house entry door. That worked great and I was intending to ring out the towel and put it in the laundry, but noiced the fromt of the Wing to be covered with dried bugs from last few rides. I tried the water and Tide soaked microfiber towel and DANG!, the bugs softened and wiped away very quickly and easily. Way faster and easier then my usual method with hydrogen peroxide. The TIDE I used it the "Free & Gentle" version (white jug) and the towel was "Auto Drive Multi-Purpose Microfiber Towels". I had never heard of this, but now have found one reference via Google about it. I am impressed.