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Old 09-07-2016, 08:28 AM   #1
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How to clean this on bunk

Hi. Well the 2011 jayco 17z followed me home. One thing I didn't see at the dealer's garage is on the rear bunk. This is looking from the inside. I assume mildew on the top and water stain on the seem. Not currently leaking at all both with beds in and out. I did notice the water 'pools' right by the seam when I was washing the outside top. Best way clean the inside? Thanks!!



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Old 09-07-2016, 12:41 PM   #2
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Many owners report Oxiclean stain remover or 80% bleach and 20% water to clean stains such as those from materials like that.
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Thanks. Any issues with bleach on the vinyl? I already used a soft brush when I was cleaning the outside on the top of the bunk. THEN I read the manual that states don't use a brush when cleaning the bunks.
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I would recommend being very careful when applying the bleach mixture to anything especially horizontal ceiling surfaces. Perhaps a bowl or bucket to catch any drips.
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For the mold/mildew, I've recently used this product with good results http://concrobium.com/en-can/products/concrobium-spray/ It may deal with the water stains too.
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Old 09-15-2016, 07:37 AM   #6
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Well yesterday went to tackle this. Tried oxiclean per manf first, no luck. Next was the bleach mixture (used a color guard one) which I was very careful when applying. I wiped with a clean wet cloth afterwards. The stains disappeared. Am going to reseal the seams and look to see if I need to retreat the top.

Can you use 303 fabric guard on these Jayco ends?
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I have used 303 Fabric Guard on the canvas "window covers" on the tent ends. It is well worth the price gouge up here in the Great White North . I have not used it on the vinyl, though. I am pretty sure that is not recommended.
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