Reliable RV Cleaner. I just recommended it to a friend at work who hasn't touched his fiver in five years. He was stunned that it worked so well. Spray on, wipe off, streaks gone. I wasn't sure if it would work on his fiberglass as well as my aluminum, but he said he did the whole trailer with it. Once the rag gets damp with the product, most times all you need to do is wipe. I believe it to be some sort of magic
And no, I don't have stock in the company, though I probably should.
"It`s not important that you know all the answers, it`s only important to know where to get all the answers" Arone Kleamyck
"...An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." Col. Jeff Cooper
Sunset Creek 298 BH
I use "Totally Awesome" from the Dollar Tree. 1 bottle, $1 dollar per year and my TT looks as white as a ghost (in a good way)
Yep Totally Awesome is totally awesome! I mix up some with what ever soap I'm using to wash my trailer with and it removes the black streaks without having to rub them individually. If you have some black streaks that have been there for a long time then using it full strength will do the trick. It works twice as good as the black streak remover that is made especially for that purpose. I know because I had a bottle of the worthless black streak remover that I threw away. The really awesome thing about Totally Awesome is that it only cost about a buck for a big bottle of it.
2010 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8315BSS
2003 Chevy Silverado 1/2 Ton Extended Cab