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Old 10-06-2011, 07:02 PM   #1
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HELP - Solar Panel Roof Leak Stains

After 6 days of steady rain, the solar panel located on the roof above the sofa leaked into the coach. The ceiling panel is badly stained and also the window shade has a rust stain. We repaired the roof leak but does anyone know what and how to clean the ceiling panel and window shade? Thanks for your help!

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Old 10-06-2011, 07:13 PM   #2
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I have used Oxiclean powder disolved in water and sprayed onto the ceiling. My ceiling is a off white fabric that looks almost like carpet material. It took several applications, but the results are awsome. Do not rub the fabric as it will damage the nap of the fabric. Just dab it with a clean cloth. I found that working from the outside of the stain and working toward the center worked best. I hope this helps.

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Had good luck with 50/50 mixture peroxide and water. Light rubbing. my cieling an off white also. Try it. Dont think will hurt anything.
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