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Old 06-02-2016, 09:48 AM   #1
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Cleaning acrylic awning & topper fabrics

The question has come up on here before about the proper way to clean acrylic awning & slide topper fabrics. I call Chris at Stone Vos to get an expert opinion on this. This is what he recommends.

1. Clean the fabric thoroughly using a very mild laundry detergent such as Ivory Snow, and a soft-bristle brush.

2. Rinse thoroughly

3. Let it dry for a couple of days

4 Spray with 303 Fabric Guard, NOT 303 Protectant! This restores the UV inhibitors that was in the fabric when new.

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Good info Joe, thanks for posting it!

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