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    Hi random question but does anyone know anything good to clean up a motorhome with?

    I currently have g101 but just wondering if theres anything else? will it be ok to polish with super resin?

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    I would not recomend a too abrasive polish. I would think Super resin would be mild enough. Try an inconspicuious coener first though.

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    FIRSTLY DO NOT USE ANYTHING TO CUT THE PAINT ON A CARAVAN OR MOTOR HOME!

    Sorry but the paint is really thin on them

    I recommend AG caravan and motorhome cleaner or Mucoff RV cleaner first. You will see all of the dirt and algae running off

    You can use SRP but the best thing i've used on my van is Mer to polish it up
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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    FIRSTLY DO NOT USE ANYTHING TO CUT THE PAINT ON A CARAVAN OR MOTOR HOME!

    Sorry but the paint is really thin on them

    I recommend AG caravan and motorhome cleaner or Mucoff RV cleaner first. You will see all of the dirt and algae running off

    You can use SRP but the best thing i've used on my van is Mer to polish it up

    Sweet i have a bottle of that in the shed cheers

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    Apc mixed 1:10 will also work..

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    I did mine last weekend. Bog standard Turtle wax car shampoo and a car wash brush.

    Considering the amount of green algae and dirt, it came up as good as new

    Rgds
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    autoglym do a good caravan/motorhome cleaner

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    Petrol / Match??

    You'd only have to clean it the once.lol

    Sorry, only kidding, might be best talking to a detailer as there geared up for anything.It really is a tricky business polishing one of those. But take your time and dont rub too long in one place

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    cheers its ok its my dads so ill leave him to play with it lol

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    Try Asda smart price wax furniture polish to remove the black streaks, best 31p you will spend.

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