If you’ve ever seen an alligator caterpillar on a vehicle, you’ve seen the potential for this creature to become a lifesaver.
Caterpillars, which are a type of parasitic wasp, are used by humans to clean up the messes left behind by plants.
But if you’ve got one on your car’s bumper, it can help remove all sorts of pollutants from the air, which in turn can help reduce the damage caused by car accidents.
If you don’t own a car, but you have a spare or are looking for a car to repair, you can get your hands on one of these little beauties and treat it to some nice care.
What you’ll needThe caterpillar is usually about 2 inches long and about 1 inch wide, so it can be attached to your bumper.
You’ll need a flat-bottomed screwdriver to attach it to your car.
Place a small flat-bottom screwdriver in the back of your car (this is not the best place to put it), and a metal nail in the front of the car, where it will sit for at least 10 minutes.
After the caterpillars are attached to the car (about 10 minutes), take them to a place where they won’t get dirty.
Take care to not scratch the caterplants as this could lead to infections.
Once the caterparts are attached, gently scrape off any debris from the car and use your nail to scrape off the dirt.
Then place the caterpart back on the car.
It should be cleaned and ready for use.
To apply the caterplant to the bumper, attach the caterpiece to the back wheel and push it in gently.
The caterplant will then slowly push itself into the car’s wheel well.
You should now have a nice clean and shiny car.
You can even apply it to a spare tire to help keep the car looking clean and tidy.
It will take about 30 minutes for the caterworm to grow and have established itself in the car to make the car a more attractive spot for your car maintenance.