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Old 05-26-2014, 06:30 AM   #1
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My Dirty Awning

I have use a couple of commercial awning cleaning products in the past and have never really been happy with the results. I understand that some people use Scrubbing Bubbles bleach type cleaner because it clings to the surface and does not run off.

What works for you?
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I have use a couple of commercial awning cleaning products in the past and have never really been happy with the results. I understand that some people use Scrubbing Bubbles bleach type cleaner because it clings to the surface and does not run off.

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We have used simply water with a little household bleach and that cleans it very nicely. I am not even sure the mix but not much bleach and it seems to do a great job.
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Water in a spray bottle with a little bleach and Dawn soap. Spray in on the underside of the awning.....roll it up about 30 minutes....unroll and hose off.
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