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Duckfan 09-16-2020 04:01 PM

2104S - Exterior black Trim: Cleaner?
 
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New to RVing. Got my 2104S last year. Want to clean exterior and I can wash it myself. But is there a special cleaner for the black trim around the bottom of rig? And the black metal arms of the awning? Is Amorall appropriate?

Thank you

Sorry for sideways pics

Chris Pastuzyn 09-16-2020 04:20 PM

Armor all will be ok but won't last too long , There are some products just for plastic trim .

Fuelie 09-27-2020 03:48 PM

I use back to black by mothers (I think). You will have to apply a couple times a season but it works great.
Tom

Duckfan 09-27-2020 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Fuelie (Post 2422206)
I use back to black by mothers (I think). You will have to apply a couple times a season but it works great.
Tom



Thank you very much Tom

cboss 09-27-2020 04:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Duckfan (Post 2414926)
New to RVing. Got my 2104S last year. Want to clean exterior and I can wash it myself. But is there a special cleaner for the black trim around the bottom of rig? And the black metal arms of the awning?

I use a 303 aerospace protectant for the plastic and rubber parts. For the metal, just keep it clean and spot paint it with Rustoleum.

Duckfan 09-27-2020 07:32 PM

thx all.

I ended up using Meguiar's protectant. Really makes a difference.

WFD 09-27-2020 07:48 PM

You may end up experimenting with a few different products as most simply don't last very long. I have never tried the Mother's Back to Black on any of the trailer parts, metal or plastic, but I have used it on our vehicles, mostly the black plastic trim pieces and it works great on those and does seem to last a long time.

Duckfan 09-27-2020 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by WFD (Post 2422339)
You may end up experimenting with a few different products as most simply don't last very long. I have never tried the Mother's Back to Black on any of the trailer parts, metal or plastic, but I have used it on our vehicles, mostly the black plastic trim pieces and it works great on those and does seem to last a long time.

Good intel

Thc


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