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Old 03-30-2017, 11:07 AM   #1
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ceiling water stains

my winabago has white fabric ceiling . During storage got water stains. My wife got Lysol hydrogen peroxide cleaner. sprayed couple times allowing to dry between apps. stains gone
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Good tip. A weak bleach/water solution works, too, as long as you have a white ceiling.
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Our ceilings are white padded vinyl. Will that work on them?
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Do you know the source of the leak? Unless you find that all the cleaning in the world is meaningless. And the bigger problem is wood rot above the ceiling.
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They are advertising a product in motorhome magazine that is specifically for ceiling stains. Was in the last few issues. Cant remember the na,e but supposedly just spray it on and stain gone. I also saw a review of it and they said it worked as advertised.
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