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Old 07-09-2016, 08:58 AM   #1
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Stain from water drip on my coach

Hello I have a calcium stain on the side of my coach, do have any ideas on how to remove it?
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When I had one on ours . . . The only thing that worked was soft scrub, CLR , and polishing compound. Soft scrub seemed to work the best.
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White vinegar and water solution - 50/50. Soak paper towels and stick on side of coach. Keep wet with a spray bottle for about an hour.
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White vinegar mix solution for your needs. Anything more then 50/50 be sure and rinse well.
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We have the same problem.. Thanks for tbe replies...
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I have use Ka-Boom in the purple spray can. It goes on purple, when it turns white it's done. It has descaled my shower doors in my S&B.
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