Originally Posted by MC1
I do the front windshield of the trailer with the gas station squeegie but wait til I get to our nightly site before removing the rest of the bugs.
Just get a bucket of water, wet the bugs/front of the trailer with a car brush and they usually brush of then rinse.
One must understand that all trailers are NOT created equal.
First the OP was talking about cleaning the fiberglass, (last time I check Airstream didn't have any fiberglass).
Second.. Many of the molded fiberglass trailers have Plexaglass front windows
. I would never use windshield cleaner on Plexaglass or service station windshield cleaning stations to attempt to clean Plexaglass. A lot of that stuff will eat the plastic.
As Donna D. said a good coat of wax is the best protection. I don't worry too much about bugs on the trailer. If it's too bad and trailer is really yucky I'll go to high pressure car wash to wash most of the stuff off.
Just for a week end or even a week I'd just wait until I got home then give the trailer a good washing and wax.