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Clean the outside of my trailer?

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I know this is a fishing forum, but I also know some of ou own trailers and RVS. I was wondering what you can use to clean the outside to get those mayfly stains and the stains that come from just sitting in the woods.
This past weekend I use boat hull cleaner but it left it sort of dull and streaked the windows really bad. I had to get up on the ladder again and clean the windows after I cleaned the trailer. And it didn't clean some of the brown stains real well.
Any info would be helpful, its my first trailer can you tell, I didn't even know you had to clean them
thanks Wazz...

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wazz,
Places like WalMart carry a "Black Streak Remover" cleaner (in the camper supply section next to sporting goods). I've found it to really clean the camper nicely. Black streaks, bugs, etc...

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Thanks I will give it a try...

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Our nieghbor at the camp ground we stay at just cleaned his camper this last week. He tried a couple different things and found that Murphy's oil soap worked the best. Our campers sit in the same spot all year and are under some real messy trees that drop a lot of sap on them after he was done his camper looked brand new and not a dull finish. Thats what I'm going to use next sping when I clean our camper.

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Try Simple Green Cleaner for boats, trailers, hard to clean water spots on outboards. Works Great!

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