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Old 11-11-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
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Smile RV exterior cleaner

I recently purchased a used coach. One side has small black specs in the finish. The fellow I bought it from says it was from his trees. He bought a product which he used on his house siding, and also on a small area of the coach. That area is completely clean. He can't remember the name, but he said all he had to do was spray it on and leave it. In a few weeks the sprayed area was clean. I have found a product that sounds like it might be what he used. It's called "Spray & Forget".
Has anyone out there ever heard of, or used this or similar product? The coach is in beautiful condition, except for these black marks on one side.

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Old 11-11-2013, 04:53 PM   #2
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yes,it works great on the house but have never used it on our RV.

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yes,it works great on the house but have never used it on our RV.
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I bought a jug of Windex Bug cleaner to wash the bugs off the nose. I found it was for the windshield washer. I poured it into a bucket anyway, washed with a cloth and had very good results. Minimal rubbing and fast acting. If there was any mold on the mh it made fast work of it. It also cut the white streaking off the side windows below the eave ends. I am very pleased with these results and will go after the mold on the roof next spring.
The second thing is cleaning vinyl. On my house I use a mixture of clorox and fabric softner (50-50). I spray it on with a hand pump sprayer and rinse befor it dries. This does away with mold , that black stuff you are talking about. This works fine on my mh finish as well.
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Old 11-17-2013, 12:13 PM   #5
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Thanks for your reply, Dale. I have the Spray and Forget on order, and will give it a try. I will post the results.
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