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Old 04-05-2015, 09:04 AM   #43
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After trying many different products, we came up with Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom cleaner (aerosol can works best!) by SC Johnson. The product sprays on into the little crevases of the ensolite and with a terry towel, wipes clean.

Just finished cleaning the ensolite in my Trillium. Used scrubbing bubbles and it worked awesome! So clean now


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Old 04-06-2015, 07:35 PM   #44
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I'm genrally suspicious of one-off name brand cleaners....probably something real simple repackaged (and repriced) and given a catchy name....

this is something that I have had great success with with boats....once you've cleaned the FG with your favorite home "recipe" cleaning solution (mine is very hot water + Mr Clean + an amount of any kitchen scouring powder mixed in) any left over dirt, streaks and bugs can be removed using methyl hydrate

methyl hydrate is basically alcohol... it routinely gets repackaged as lock de-icer, gas line antifreeze, paint thinner and stove fuel (for non pressurized alcohol stoves)....and that just the ones I know of

if you have any of these products around you could give it a try on a test surface to see how you like it

packaged as just the chemical it is really cheap and that's good because you will use a generous amount of it....no other clean-up / rinsing required...exposed to the air alcohol evaporates

I have never found anything that works as well for removing the black streaks left over on FG (caused by rain/pollution) after of long winter of outside storage

Careful! Methanol is very poisonous and is absorbed through skin. Read the MSDS before using.


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