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Old 07-20-2012, 07:19 AM   #1
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need recommendations for cleaning Jayco TT bathtub

somehow I stepped in the gray putty used to seal around the drain and thus got some of it stuck to the tub floor. Any suggestions for cleaning the tub and/or to remove this putty that won't harm the tub in our rented TT?

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Old 07-22-2012, 08:25 AM   #2
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A product call Goo Gone works well for me in such situations. It will not harm the tub - we have used it on our plastic parts many times. I think it is available at most grocery stores, Walmart, etc.
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:42 PM   #3
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I use GooGone all the time for that stupid putty. There really has to be a better product to seal the tub and sink drains.
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There really has to be a better product to seal the tub and sink drains.
I totally agree!! We don't have any issues with the tub, but the kitchen sink is ridiculous. We are constantly getting it on the dishes when we wash them.
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I totally agree!! We don't have any issues with the tub, but the kitchen sink is ridiculous. We are constantly getting it on the dishes when we wash them.
I'm glad I'm not the only one...I have that kitchen sink putty on every dish and kitchen towel...now its all over the sink...I'll try the goo gone this weekend...
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Thanks for the suggestions. I did end up using goo gone before I took the trailer back yesterday and it removed most of the mess. As it was a rental, I wasn't really all the concerned over a manufacturer issue. Quite surprised at the slop work on our trailer, including the cheap putty. Hopefully they (jayco) makes some changes before next years models..
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