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Old 05-04-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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simple green on rubber roof.

Has anyone tried simple green on the soft roofs? Is it safe?
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Has anyone tried simple green on the soft roofs? Is it safe?
For rubber roof, I have always used the blue Dawn dish soap. But Simple Green is nontoxic and does not contain bleach, ammonia, formaldehyde or petroleum distillates, so I guess your good to go.
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I'd be careful with the runoff down the sides. I've seen cleaners that lightened the colors where the runoff touched. Our Dutch Star said to use Murphy's Oil Soap on the roof and it was BriteTek which is TPO and not rubber. TPO is tougher than rubber so be careful.
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