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Old 01-26-2011, 08:26 AM   #1
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It's time to clean the metal roof on the coach

Product info, to clean and to finish the roof on Fleetwood Revolution 2004.

Local dealer has many many products. Not sure which might
work better than another.

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Are you sure it is metal? I'm pretty sure you have a fiberglass roof.

Any decent general exterior detergent will do the job. Add some bleach if there is any mold in the crevices. Use a soft or medium stiffness bristle brush. I use Simple Green on mine and a long handled RV wash brush. Wash the sides when you finish the roof - the dirty water runoff will leave the sides a mess if you don't.
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:42 PM   #3
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Fiberglass it is....

Gary,

Not sure where I was when I raised the question.

Have plenty of "Simple Green" on hand. Will take care to wash sides of coach when the roof job is completed.

Thanks for the reply

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WOW when was the last time your roof was clean mine gets wash when the coach gets wash regularly.
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