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Old 03-09-2013, 06:30 AM   #11
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Throughout the years we've found Dawn liguid soap is a good overall cleaner/degreaser. After washing down the roof I always then wash the trailer sides. Don't want any streaks...
Always double check the front roof seal as it takes the worst beating from the wind while traveling. Eternabond tape is the best but be sure to clean well before using it.
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Bill B. (S.E. Michigan)
2014 Keystone Cougar High Country 321RES (was 2007 Eagle 322FKS)
2007 Dodge Megacab CTD
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Old 03-09-2013, 06:52 AM   #12
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I to use Dawn dishsoap. As for a brush I have an adjustable length handled carwash brush that also holds the soap. It works great on the TT roof and walls.

One tip; if you do not have a permanent ladder on our TT, be very careful placing your ladder. I put a small tear in my roofing membrane the first time. Now I make sure the stabilizers are down, I wrap the ladder upright with a couple of old rags. Since that learning experience I have had no issues. I also make sure I have nothing in my pockets and my shoes are clean. That roofing membrane is extremely thin.

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