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Old 09-02-2013, 10:31 AM   #1
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Awning stains

After washing our camper and letting it dry we closed it up. Yesterday we opened the awning and had rust looking stains underneath. It is kept near a Pin Oak Tree so something must dropped it before we rolled it up. We have tried car wash and Spic n Span but they are still there. Anyone know what we can use to remove then but not hurt the fabric.Click image for larger version

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Might wanna try a magic eraser, be sure to rinse well afterwords.
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I just did mine with a bleach/water solution 1/3 bleach and 2/3 water in a spray bottle......

I sprayed it on and used a bristle brush to work it in. Rolled it up and let set for about 10 minutes and unrolled and hosed it off and let it dry. No more stains and looks good as new!!

Oh and make sure you wear safety goggles, old clothes, shoes and a hat for obvious reasons!
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I just did mine with a bleach/water solution 1/3 bleach and 2/3 water in a spray bottle......

I sprayed it on and used a bristle brush to work it in. Rolled it up and let set for about 10 minutes and unrolled and hosed it off and let it dry. No more stains and looks good as new!!

Oh and make sure you wear safety goggles, old clothes, shoes and a hat for obvious reasons!
Add some DAWN detergent and it works even better.
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Add some DAWN detergent and it works even better.
Thanks Grumpy....... Wiil Do!! :wink:
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