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Old 01-17-2014, 09:20 AM   #1
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Anyone tried/used CLR to clean off roof or other areas of RV? Will it damage roofing/siding material?

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That's some strong stuff. I would be really careful and read the label. I seem to remember reading that it could be harmful to a bunch of surfaces.
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Big no on the CLR. Go to any RV parts vendor and see what they have for specifically cleaning your RV roof. Cleaning the sides needs a different cleaning solution. We have LA's Totally Awesome, but there are many others that work. A good wax job will help a lot on the sides and keep it cleaner longer as well as protecting it.

This video might help:Cleaning & Protecting RV Roof - Dicor - YouTube
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