Watch out, depending on how old the trailer is you can create some very bad results. Whatever you decide to use make sure you do a test wash including letting it dry all the way. I had a friend with a toter who ended up with a polished panel above the rear door of his trailer . He used one of those freeway detail companies. But the trailer was 15 years old.
HAVE THEY CALLED US YET ? THEY HAVE!!!
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Call Majestic Solutions Describe problem and materials and they will hook you up. Not cheap but their stuff works. They are very helpful and I love their stuff. Stumbled across them when I purchased my RV and they make great products. Not sure if your after black streak remover, but they have a great one. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. If a product says to not let it dry on the surface. Then DON'T. IMO Stay away from the watered down stuff at the parts store. There are some nice professional grade stuff from Zep you can buy but at minimum Call a professional manufacturer or a reputable detail shop. Guys that have seen it all. Good luck!!!!!!!
Originally posted by banjo: I just tried the simplegreen on a small section, and it cut through the has with minimal effort. I tried a couple other things so far. Nu-car finish was working, but needed some elbow grease.
Are you saying that a one time use can hurt the finish. Once I cut the haze off, I would go back and wax it.
If you use regular simple green you have to make sure it is diluted big time. My friend used the purple stuff which is just as corrosive on his T&E. Let's just say it was disastrous.
I found the Extreme Simple Green when looking for a non corrosive cleaner for my dragster radiator.
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