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Post by crogga on Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:25 pm

my peugeot executive has faint grey marks running down from the rubber seals around skylights and windows.all are watertight but i would like to restore the monocoque to the shiny,pristine finish presented to me by the autodealer 4 months ago.
there are some products recommended in the handbook but as the executive is 1998,these products are either defunct or rebranded.
how do other owners clean their motorhomes please i.e.products and tools.
thankyou in anticipation of advice.
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Re: spic and span

Post by theTravelmoores on Mon Jun 08, 2015 2:33 pm

Hi Cogga I use GREASED LIGHTNING brings the van up a treat. Cleans away all dirty marks and leaves a great shine. It can be found on Ebay and in some garden centres. it is dear but worth it
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Post by modelman on Mon Jun 08, 2015 4:00 pm

Count yourself lucky, I wash, polish & spruce up mine & a week later its filthy again with mucky stripes cascading down all over, I must live in the muckiest place in Britain, a field on one side,( prevailing wind & dust) & a main road on the other,(more air-swirled muck)!
I proved this by parking it about 100ft further down the drive & it stayed clean!! smile!
Trouble is, I like it up near to the house!!

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Post by daisy mae on Mon Jun 08, 2015 4:05 pm

There are previous threads on cleaning Monocoque`s , so lots of info on there.

Hope this helps,
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Post by Paulmold on Mon Jun 08, 2015 5:43 pm

I last cleaned mine (not a monocoque body but a Styrofoam) with Muc-Off firstly which got rid of the black streaks and then Aldi's version of Greased Lightening and I must say it has stayed cleaner than with anything else I've used.

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Post by crogga on Thu Jun 11, 2015 10:23 pm

thanks for the suggestions and especially daisy mae who directed me to a previous thread,suggesting every cleaning product known to autosleeper owners.
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