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Old 08-13-2008, 10:40 PM   #15
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Hi: Maybe I should go to the Dollar Store and get some Awesome Cleaner too???
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Old 08-14-2008, 05:28 AM   #16
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oh crud, crud, crud Alf, I COMPLETELY forgot to ask Reace and Tammy about this issue. I guess I had other things on my mind at the Oregon Gathering.

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I hope the Awesome Cleaner works....
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Old 08-27-2008, 06:47 AM   #17
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Hi: All...While washing "Our Escape Hatch" for a trip to the "Tip of the Bruce" at Tobermory Ontario I noticed that the only remaining tree stain was on the shady side of the roof A/C, so "Old Sol" has taken care of the problem. Just goes to prove that sometimes the best thing to do is nothing at all!!! " Don't sweat the small stuff".
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Old 08-27-2008, 12:23 PM   #18
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Hi: All...While washing "Our Escape Hatch" for a trip to the "Tip of the Bruce" at Tobermory Ontario I noticed that the only remaining tree stain was on the shady side of the roof A/C, so "Old Sol" has taken care of the problem. Just goes to prove that sometimes the best thing to do is nothing at all!!! " Don't sweat the small stuff".
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Maybe that Awesome Cleaner is better than anyone realizes. Just purchase it, threaten the stain, stand back and watch it work without even opening the container! Now if someone discovers a similar product for polishing and waxing...!!!
We enjoy your report about "the rest of the story"!
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Old 08-27-2008, 12:53 PM   #19
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Sometimes it pays to procrastinate, EH?
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Old 08-29-2008, 10:44 AM   #20
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Your Escape may have fallen victim to some exotic tree species found only at Emily...or that rogue Osprey perched in that tree !!!

Where is that "Awesome Cleaner" to be found up here in Canada? I want to try it on our white-painted '73 Trillium
So far, I've also been a fan of the bleach/detergent/bucket routine, but some stains and black streaking won't budge, not even with "Black Streak Cleaner"
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Old 08-29-2008, 03:03 PM   #21
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Hey Alf
Tree Stains you call them EH?
Now that age is catching up with me and the hair recedes, I thought those were liver spots.
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Hi: Joe& James... I haven't looked for "Awesome Cleaner" yet...seems I have a case of "Pro Crass Ten Nation" to try first... so finding it will just have to wait!!! I do know the stains weren't "Goose Grease"???
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Sounds to me like you need to get a round tuit sooner than later Alf
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Tree Stains you call them EH?
Now that age is catching up with me and the hair recedes, I thought those were liver spots.
Hi: James... "Our Escape Hatch" is WAY TOO YOUNG for "D'liver Spots"
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I was parked under a walnut tree and had to use straight bleach - nothing else worked.
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Hi:...Mr. Phil I am still trying to use up my case of "Pro Crass 10 Ation" but it goes on forever!!! How did you put on the straight bleach??? Very carefully I presume.
I now have Pine Gum on the vinyl awning... Is it just ME???
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Bleche White tire cleaner and Mr Clean Magic Eraser sponges (or store brand) have taken out stains and marks that I thought were permanent. That combo even returns my wheel wells to white, after a winter's worth of neglect.
Hope this helps!
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Bleche White tire cleaner and Mr Clean Magic Eraser sponges (or store brand) have taken out stains and marks that I thought were permanent. That combo even returns my wheel wells to white, after a winter's worth of neglect.
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Hi: Palmer M...& Thanks. Is the Tire cleaner a foam type??? I am hesitant about using scouring cleaners as I don't want to affect the shine or the surface of the Gel Coat!!!
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