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Old 08-15-2008, 05:28 PM   #15
Trailer: Trillium 4500 and 17 ft Eggcamper
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Another 2-cents worth! We agree that bleach water, followed by a soapy wash and clear water rinse really takes off mold. Then we treated our Trillium to Poly Cleanse for any stubborn stains, rinse and follow with several coats of Poly Glow. Our 30 year trailer shines like new, and the beauty of it is that we do not have to do anything for a year...and then it is just another single coat of Poly Glow. Since it is a marine product, it really lasts! Why work hard when all you have to do is work smart? Vi & john

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Old 08-15-2008, 07:40 PM   #16
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Hi Vi,

Personally I found that Poly Cleanse (Poly Wash) didn't take out the really embedded black moss and I SCRUBBED like a maniac with the included scotch pad and other pads I have around. It did a great job on the rest of the trailer though for bringing the gelcoat back to one color. I will be trying the spray nine this weekend to see if it works.


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Old 08-15-2008, 09:25 PM   #17
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Anyone here use OxyClean on their trailers?? I use it to scrub our deck and to remove the mold in spots every spring, and it doesn't kill the plants I have planted nor the grass...I know Big Lots here sells an 'outdoor' Oxyclean too, but the regular works fine for me, my plants, and even in my wash!! Might be easier on the finish than a regular bleach solution.. Just another idea...

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