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I'm going to have to try some of these.I have a black streak from the water heater not being adjusted properly,i have tried several things and bought some stuff in a spray bottle called black streak remover,wouldn't even touch it.

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Just this week, I used a spray solution of Simple Green and the black streaks came off with almost no effort.


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Mine has a real good wax on it once a season and the streaks just wash off when I wash the motorhome.
I am interested in those gutter guards. Do they work good and easy to install??

If you mean these Yes, they work good and are simple to install. Just remove the screw and metal end cap, insert the back of the spout behind the gutter and replace the end cap and screw. Also apply ProFlex RV wherever needed.





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Mine has a real good wax on it once a season and the streaks just wash off when I wash the motorhome.
I am interested in those gutter guards. Do they work good and easy to install??

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Have you tried rubbing alcohol? Works great for us ... harmless, fast, available everywhere, and super cheap!


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If I remember correctly there was a similar post a while back on the class A forum. I can not remember the product but it was relatively in expensive and available at Walmart! Go to the Class A forum and search for "Black streaks".

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If I remember correctly there was a similar post a while back on the class A forum. I can not remember the product but it was relatively in expensive and available at Walmart! Go to the Class A forum and search for "Black streaks".

If WalMart doesn't have these gutter extensions you can get them from just about any RV supplier or Amazon. They come in a set of 4 for less than $10 and they just clip on and maybe fall off .

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pnichols wrote:

Have you tried rubbing alcohol? Works great for us ... harmless, fast, available everywhere, and super cheap!

But don't use laquer thinner - it seems to remove the gel coat.,Been there, done it.

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