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Old 09-26-2011, 07:38 PM   #1
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What is the best way to clean a rubber roof on a rv. It has been sitting under trees for awhile. Parts are really black, any suggestions on what to use to clean it?
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Dicor makes RV roof cleaning products. I have used them on a travel trailer and 2 MHs that we have owned. The TT was a 2000 that had not had the roof cleaned on a regulare basis and needed a good cleaning. I used the Dicor products for cleaning it. Sprayed it on, brushed the roof with the brush I use to wash the sidewalls and rinsed off. I had to wash it 3 times before it was clean! Make SURE you wash the sidewalls after you finish the roof as all that stuff on top runs down the side!
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I use Thetford Roof Cleaner and Conditioner. Premium Rubber Roof Cleaner
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