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Old 05-25-2018, 03:36 PM   #1
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CLR to clean an awning

Anyone ever use their products to clean an awning?


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Old 05-25-2018, 03:43 PM   #2
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Hereís what I use for pretty much all our cleaning chores. Read the dilution levels for every surface. This stuff is available at Dollar Stores in different sizes.

Awesome All Purpose Concentrated Cleaner (64oz) | LA's Totally Awesome
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Old 05-25-2018, 04:01 PM   #3
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DW makes me a spray bottle of clorox/water solution and I spray the awning liberally with it. Roll it in and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Roll it out and hose off, awning looks like new.

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We use Wet and Forget. I use it slightly different than directions. I use it mixed 1 to 5 like instructed but clean with it directly by wiping the awning down with a rag soaked in it. Not so much scrubbing the awning down, just direct application so it gets a little rub down. I start by rolling out 18 inches or so, wipe the top and underside, then roll out another 18 inches and do again. But, don't wipe it off after done. Let it dry on the awning. It will continue to work and also prevent any build up for a season. Great stuff.
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I just used the Awsome Cleaner on our roof and was impressed with the results. I havenít done the awning yet, but others on the forum say it works well. Read the bottle, they recommend diluting it before use.

For a buck a bottle (20 oz.) you canít beat it.
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We use Wet and Forget. I use it slightly different than directions. I use it mixed 1 to 5 like instructed but clean with it directly by wiping the awning down with a rag soaked in it. Not so much scrubbing the awning down, just direct application so it gets a little rub down. I start by rolling out 18 inches or so, wipe the top and underside, then roll out another 18 inches and do again. But, don't wipe it off after done. Let it dry on the awning. It will continue to work and also prevent any build up for a season. Great stuff.

We also use Wet and Forget on the roof. Where we live causes mold and mildew on things if you are not careful and keep things clean. The roof started showing signs of mold and or mildew (little black spots). Wet and Forget stops this.
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