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Old 04-06-2013, 02:11 PM   #1
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magic erasers!!!! FTW!!!!

So I was reading on here about someone using a magic eraser on a trim piece so I tried in on my 81 nuwa. Wow.... it was parked every fall under a tree so the thing looked rough. After 2 hrs and 4 erasers im half done! Its looking better every minute!!!
Ill upload pics if a minute
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Old 04-06-2013, 02:33 PM   #2
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Right on!! those magic erasers do wonders!
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Old 04-07-2013, 02:07 PM   #3
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Still workin... man this thing is filthy!!!!!
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Old 04-07-2013, 02:08 PM   #4
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My redneck ladder system

Gotta love ratchet straps

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Old 04-07-2013, 02:12 PM   #5
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Put some household bleach into your soapy wash bucket. Your working on a mixture of grime and black mold. Try it, you'll like it!
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That a great idea for the ladder guy!
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Old 04-07-2013, 03:36 PM   #7
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That a great idea for the ladder guy!
Last thing I wanted to do was break my neck. Lol
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If it is fiberglass try Bleach White for white walls worked great on our 82 we bought last year. It was about the same as yours if not worst.
Be careful not to get it on Aluminum, I tried it on the living room curtain rods and it stripped the paint right off. Had to get a can of spray paint to redo... Tim
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If it is fiberglass try Bleach White for white walls worked great on our 82 we bought last year. It was about the same as yours if not worst.
Be careful not to get it on Aluminum, I tried it on the living room curtain rods and it stripped the paint right off. Had to get a can of spray paint to redo... Tim
The only fiberglass is above the cab and rear of the rig. All done with them. The only thing left is the drivers side bottom half which is aluminum.
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Their Magic....
Creepy magic. Lol
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Those things are amazing

I used them when washing my recent purchase, a 1996 Itasca that had been stored outside, no cover, in SC for the past ten years, it had stuff growing on the roof, it was black. I used on the entire roof, vents, antennas, etc.
When washing the sides, I noticed that the standard brush was leaving some stuff behind, so I washed the entire unit with magic erasers and the thing literally changed colors, bringing the sides back to a bright white.
Washed it again the erasers, prior to my application of Zep Wetlook, just to make sure it was really clean prior to putting on the sealant.
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I used them when washing my recent purchase, a 1996 Itasca that had been stored outside, no cover, in SC for the past ten years, it had stuff growing on the roof, it was black. I used on the entire roof, vents, antennas, etc.
When washing the sides, I noticed that the standard brush was leaving some stuff behind, so I washed the entire unit with magic erasers and the thing literally changed colors, bringing the sides back to a bright white.
Washed it again the erasers, prior to my application of Zep Wetlook, just to make sure it was really clean prior to putting on the sealant.
Got any pics of how it looks after the zep?
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Got any pics of how it looks after the zep?
Check out the results in this post:

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