I've just spent, what felt like forever, getting all the kamikazi flies off the front of my van following a trip to Chester. As usual, most of them were on the most-difficult-to-get-at overcab bulge (Autotrail Cheyenne 635). 3 weeks from now, I'll be off to Cornwall and the whole procedure will, no doubt, have to be repeated on arrival, 3 or 4 times whilst there and again on our return. Currently I'm up and down a ladder with a bucket of warm water/zipwax and a soft brush on a pole, scrubbing the stubborn ones off with a toothbrush. Would a jetwasher be a good investment? Has anyone found any better solutions (other than "try travelling in the winter instead!").