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Old 09-27-2013, 04:31 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by kenandterry View Post
So, I'm just a little confused here.

Do you ever rinse this recipe off? If you do rinse some time after applying, how much time passed while it dries?

Other owners ideas for cleaning, suggested spraying on whatever recipe, then rolling the awning back up on itself, and let it "ferment" within itself for awhile to "boost" the cleaning cycle for approximately 1/2 hour.

Any need to do this?
Yes. Depends on the awning make tho. The Carefree Of Colorado on our last camper stated absolutely no bleach to clean. The Dometic on our 5th wheel recommends bleach and dish soap in a gallon of water. Spray or brush on the top and roll up for 10 minutes. Then roll out and rinse. Works a treat. I do it on the dometic slide toppers too. Rinse thoroughly tho. More so for the stitching. Stubborn spots may need a little scrub with a vehicle brush but it really works great.

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Old 10-12-2013, 01:59 PM   #12
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Spray with Wet & Forget once a year and you will not have that issue.

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