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Old 10-18-2005, 09:34 PM   #1
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I was looking at the Rv stuff at walmart. Does this black streak remover work to get dark water sreak stains out of the white paint of aluminum sideing, or is that stuff worthless and a waste of money. Ive tryed several things to try and get the stains out of my paint.

What about this roof conditioner? Is it just a Armer All or vinal and rubber tire conditioner type stuff.
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I was looking at the Rv stuff at walmart. Does this black streak remover work to get dark water sreak stains out of the white paint of aluminum sideing, or is that stuff worthless and a waste of money. Ive tryed several things to try and get the stains out of my paint.

What about this roof conditioner? Is it just a Armer All or vinal and rubber tire conditioner type stuff.
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Old 10-19-2005, 04:39 AM   #3
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I have looked at Keystone's coustomer service site on the web. They have a FAQ section, the answer for what to use as a roof conditioner is nothing. The only service recommended for the roof is cleaning and inspection.
I would recommend that if possible check with the manufacture's coustomer service. At least I feel that Keystone has been great at answering my questions both online and by phone.
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Old 11-04-2005, 12:40 PM   #4
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I have used the black streak remover that Camping World sells, it works, but you have to be careful because it will remove the paint from your decals, etc. It will also leave streaks on your camper if you don't wash the dirt off quickly enough. I also used the rubber roof cleaner and conditioner that Camping World sells and it worked great. However it is very slippery when you apply the conditioner, so be careful. I have never used the Wal-Mart brands, so I cannot speak for them.
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Old 11-04-2005, 07:03 PM   #5
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I have used the black streak remover and the rubber roof cleaner sold at walmart and they both work very well. Sparayed on the black streak remover and had to use very little effort scrubbing the front cap and sidewalls where bugs and black streaks were.
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I started using MEAN GREEN SUPER STRENGHT " and it works GREAT for black streaks. You can buy it at the DOLLAR STORES. No more big bucks for cleaner, and it works great on the front of my 5ver for bugs.Just like any black streak / bug remover you will have to wax the area after use.
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Got to agree 1000% with Phonse...the Green stuff is by far the best. Just make sure you rinse well after you apply it, and apply to small areas so it doesn't dry on.
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