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Old 05-04-2013, 08:25 AM   #1
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Water Stains on Ceiling

Morning Everyone

We just repaired a couple leaks on the roof of our RV and I need some advice on the best way to remove the water stains on the ceiling. Thanks so much. Frank & Jeannie
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:41 AM   #2
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Simple. Mix some Oxy-Clean with hot water in a spray bottle; spray on stains; wait a few minutes and use the upholstery nozzle from a carpet cleaner to suck out the solution along with the stain.
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Old 05-29-2013, 04:41 PM   #3
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A stain on fabric removal.

I will try one more time.
I read that if you mix a 50% Hydrogen Peroxide and 50% water into a spray Bottle that it will take out stains
Try it and after it drys do it again it should work.
Just a thought.
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With a white ceiling we would wet a white paper towel or cloth with Clorox and just dab on the stain. Let dry and repeat . The stain should disappear. Don't allow to drip on carpet .,
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I will try one more time.
I read that if you mix a 50% Hydrogen Peroxide and 50% water into a spray Bottle that it will take out stains
Try it and after it drys do it again it should work.
Just a thought.
X2. I've seen the results of this on a 15 year old 5er, that had been stained for years. Get the strongest solution you can and cover anything you don't want white. Some hydrogen peroxide comes pre-diluted look for a high % on the label.
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