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Old 01-20-2017, 03:15 PM   #1
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Cleaning the outside of my White trailer.

I cleaned the trailer but still have some black streaks. I seen some wash that says it cleans black steaks. Can any body way in on this?
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Old 01-20-2017, 06:39 PM   #2
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I found that Pledge does a good job of removing black streaks.


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Old 01-20-2017, 08:15 PM   #3
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I have had excellent results using a product called LA's Totally Awesome. It can be purchased at the Dollar Store or online at Amazon. It is cheap and works well. I've found the best way to avoid the black streaks is to do my best to keep the roof clean and gutters clear. Happy cleaning. :-)
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I use totally awesome, I buy it at Dollar General $1.00 in the spray bottle and $4.00 for the gallon jug to refill the spray bottle. Good for general cleaning too.
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Thedford's Black Streak Remover or similar (easily found at Wal Mart) works. I'm sure many of the "homemade" solutions work too. If your unit is waxed regularly, they are more easily removed as well. I would recommend re-waxing if you use the black streak remover products.

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Totally Awesome is a great product. I know of professionals that use it in their business.
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I called a professional power washer to come out to the house.

Came home from work that afternoon and my 6 yr old never been washed 30' TT was shiny clean again with the tires armor alled.

$100 well spent.
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