Cleaning Silver screen

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  1. Pikeman

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    I assured the wife, there is bound to be someone on the forum that knows if you can wash silver screens and if not, the best way to clean them??

    Im going to time this - so lets see how fast you can be.

    Keith :cool:
     
  2. Mikey RV

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    Wash mine with the van shampoo, brings it up ok.
     
  3. Pikeman

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    By hand Mikey. Not washing machine>

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    Yes by hand. (y)
     
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    Hello Mr Esox Lucius,

    We lay ours out on a plastic sheet on the patio, wash with car shampoo and then rinse off with hose pipe, hang on washing line, comes up like new.
    voila!!!!
     
  6. Pikeman

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    Hello Mr Esox Lucius,

    We lay ours out on a plastic sheet on the patio, wash with car shampoo and then rinse off with hose pipe, hang on washing line, comes up like new.
    voila!!!![/QUOTE]

    That's two for car shampoo - will give it a go!!
    Cheers Rob.

    Tight lines.

    Keith :cool:
     
  7. Chockswahay

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    Crumbs, been using mine for the last three months and haven't thought to wash it :blusher:
     
  8. ronidog1

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    never washed my internal screens in eight years, and they still do not need cleaning
     
  9. Bailey58

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    What @Pikeman said but best if the wife does it, they get the bits we miss. (y)

    Edit: note to self, read whole thread and don't misquote! :LOL:
     
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    The best person with whom to place the trust of cleaning your silver screens, is the one you assured!. :)(y)
     
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    never have washed one yet ,,,when its raining it cleans it.. keeping van washed and polished that's enough work forget the screen chill out
     
  12. Pikeman

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    Screen is ten years old. Having cleaned the van top to bottom, inside and out over weekend, the screen is looking a bit shabby. Am going to try the car shampoo idea.

    Keith :cool:
     
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    Hand wash with warm soapy water then dry it properly. Dont put away damp.
    phil
     
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