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Old 04-15-2015, 08:59 PM   #1
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Mildew on the door awning

Hi all, i just notice some mildew like stains on our door awning material. Any recommendation how to clean and how to prevent.
I always let it dry before I retract to best of our ability.

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Old 04-15-2015, 09:35 PM   #2
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I've had good luck with Krud Kutter. If you live in a humid climate there is no way to keep mildew from coming back.

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go to costco and buy some stuff called, I think, wet and dry, comes in two 1/2 gallon bottles. Then just spray on any surface and it will treat the mildew, mold, algea. It just disappears. Amazing stuff. I use it on the north side of my house, my shed, deck anything
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I've always had success with my washing method. I add 2-3 oz bleach to my 5G bucket of soapy water when washing the RV. It removes black spots and mildew from awnings and hard surfaces without damaging anything. I do rinse thoroughly.
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