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Posted: 03/07/18 09:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dawn dish washing soap does a great jog on the green mold. I've used it many times on outdoor furniture and aluminum awnings.
We get way too much experience with this sort of thing here in W. Wa.!


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I use totally awesome it is cheap at Dollar General, buy the spray bottle and also get a gallon jug to refill the spray bottle, I think the spray bottle is about $2.00 and the gallon jug is less than $4.00. works good for me especially to get the black streaks off.


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Thank younz' for all the replies!

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By now, the paint on the aluminum is oxidized. If you want to "freshen" it up, use Jasco Prepaint Conditioner, applied from a garden sprayer. Apply the solution, brush with soft bristle brush, spray again, and immediately rinse. I use this on everything from RV's to pressurized gas tanks/cooling arrays, anything oxidized that needs cleaning.


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Wild Card wrote:

beemerphile1 wrote:

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


Chlorine is corrosive


OP said it has green on it because it was sitting among trees. The green is mold and bleach kills mold.


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I picked up some of the LA AWESOME stuff at the dollar store. Now all I need is some warmer temps...western PA.

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