.. How can erase salty ''stain'' marks form my Rv windows... Richard

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Comment by richard Stocker on July 1, 2012 at 6:25am

Very good will give it a try.... thank you... i will report

Comment by Pat Daly on June 30, 2012 at 11:26pm

Richard, I like to use warm water, vinegar and ammonia. Just mix 2 tbsps of vinegar, 1 quart warm water and 4 tbsps of ammonia and place in a spray bottle. Wet the surface and the rv sides around and under the window(s) to be sprayed. Spray the solution on a clean rag. Note, spray the RAG ONLY, not the windows or any rv surface or damage and runs in the rv surface may result.  Wipe the window with the solution using good strong circular motions. Hose off thoroughtly and repeat again. Be sure to hose the rv off thoroughtly and towel dry immediately. By far best of this is one in a shaded area, not full sun or you'll wind up with water spots. Once done and clean you might want to use something like Rain X to coat the window to made future cleaning easier.  Test a small window or portion first if you've never done this before. This is for exterior windows only since the solution may harm fabrics or carpets on the interior.



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