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Thread: Removing Trailor Streaks

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    Removing Trailor Streaks

    I know that I have seen it on here before but for the life of me, I can't find it. I need to find something that will take off black "grime" streaks from my trailor. I guess that it comes from the rivets are something. My trailor is white if that makes a difference. I just want to look good going into Pinks All Out this weekend. Thanks for any help...

    Chris

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    It mostly comes from the aluminum roof .
    I buy the cleaner from W&M trailers in ind.
    I would think most all your trailer places have a cleaner and big truck shops i have gotten from kenworth dealer here before.

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    Thanks Ron,
    I will try and look for a trailor place around here.

    Chris

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    best stuff I have found is at wal-mart in the rv section called "black streak remover" works well and also works well on getting burnout rubber off cars without streaking :lol:
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    best stuff I have found is at wal-mart in the rv section called "black streak remover" works well and also works well on getting burnout rubber off cars without streaking :lol:



    YEP!!!!!!!! Just used that stuff last weekend and works great!!! And it's cheep!!! After all it's from Wallmart :shock: :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowmotion
    Dollar general stores sell "LA Awesome" works great.
    Yup we use that stuf on everything. ! I also found reg. Rubbing alcohol works good.
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    Thanks Guys,
    I will have to go to Wally world or DG tomorrow to get to work. I am taking tomorrow off and finishing all the Prep work Everything seems to be working good with the Vega, got a fresh hair cut so I can look pretty on T.V Looking forward a great time. Will let everyone know how I did on Monday.

    Chris

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    No matter what you use, try it on a small spot first. Don't want you coming back here and cussing one of us. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowmotion
    No matter what you use, try it on a small spot first. Don't want you coming back here and cussing one of us. :lol:
    I could never do that :twisted:


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