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At the end of your gutter, clip a wooden clothes pin. Throw some extra's in a bin somewhere in case you loose one. The water will follow the clothes pin and drip off the end of it instead of running down the side of the rv. Then they'll be no black streak to remove. I've seen clothespins that are several years old. They look nasty, but still do the job.
I bought the gutter extensions from camping world, about 8 bucks for 4, they also direct the water away from the side of the RV, just clip onto the stock gutters that came with the RV. They are white and on my coach barely noticable.