The roof of your motor home travel trailer or fifth wheel, by itself, doesn't cause the black streaks. It's the dirt, bird droppings, and other stuff that runs off the roof during light rains and heavy dew that causes the black streaks down the side of your RV. One if the easiest ways to prevent black streaks is to keep your unit clean. Frequent cleaning of the roof and sidewalls will help reduce or eliminate black streaks all together. If you do notice the streaks reappearing wash them off as soon as possible. The longer they sit the thicker they grow and the harder they will be to remove. Below are some simple steps to clean and prevent black streaks.
Once the surface has been cleaned be sure that it is re-waxed. Some current products that address oxidation do so by using one step. Products like Protect All Fiberglass Oxidation Remover and Color Restorer, remove the oxidation, polish the surface smooth and flat, and then leave behind a wax finish, thereby eliminating the need to re-wax. Be sure to read the label so you get the product that is right for you. Whatever you do, be sure to wax regularly. A simple coat of wax done once every three months or so will go a long way toward beating Black Streaks.
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Posted on 9/29/2014 at 4:30:00 AM