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Old 07-30-2020, 04:37 AM   #1
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Default Water marks, Black stains, on Exterior

I have tried CLR, WD40, car polish, etc, all short of a buffer for application, has anyone found an easy way to remove the stains of years of negect by previous owners.
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Old 07-30-2020, 09:28 AM   #2
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No, I'm too busy dealing with years of neglect by the current owner (me).

Seriously, though, I have heard good things about a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. But I have not yet used it -- I am still wallowing in neglect.
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I found this product to be very good. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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I don't know if it would remove black stains but a 'clay bar' works wonders on vehicles to eliminate imperfections. A 'clay bar' is available at any automotive parts store, walmart and other box stores in their automotive department.
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We used Dawn Dish liquid on a green scrubby. Don't scrub too hard. It looks great now! The previous owner saw us at the campground and said "Wow she looks so clean"!
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the key word here is "easy way". I haven't found any of those but I did find a marine cleaner/wax from 3M at our large box sports store. It was a bit pricey for wax but I had read some comments on it. It goes on a little hard so keep to about 12"x12" space before buffing it off. The parts that I did looked really good. I started on the fiberglass nose and sad to say except for some more test spots that is as far as I went. I can't attest to the longevity yet.
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