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I just aquired a 1990 T170 Star Ray. My question is whats the best way to clean green stains off of the outside. It was sitting amongst the trees and it's pretty nasty. Is there a good 'homemade solution" to use?
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My brother uses a product called "Simple Green" Welcome to GSC, safe travels

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WHAT IS IT? fiberglass, aluminum, etc.?
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Water, LA's Totally Awesome, and chlorine bleach.


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It is aluminum.

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I've found Simple Green works great! I use it on the black streaks and it takes them right off.

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beemerphile1 wrote:

Water, LA's Totally Awesome, and chlorine bleach.


Chlorine is corrosive


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Reliable RV Cleaner works like magic on black streaks. Can't imagine it wouldn't work on green goo.


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Sitting since?


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Awesome cleaner from the dollar store. Mix it with water in a 5 gallon bucket,spray on straight on stubborn stains. Will clean almost anything and it is cheap.


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