Let it shine

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by gordoncbrown, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. gordoncbrown

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    Morning. A friend of mine has reccomended a cleaner/polish called Greased Lightning. No washing required, just spray then rub in with one cloth then buff to a shine with another. He says that once it is on black streaks ,tar ,etc comes off again no problem. Anyone else use this?:Smile:
     
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    Hi Gordon
    I've used Greased Lightening Showroom Shine, it says it is a waterless cleaner but I would always wash the vehicle first otherwise the dirt just clogs up your polishing cloths, it is a good polish as far as effortless application goes and doesn't leave any white marks on the rubber or plastic trim but I thought it was expensive, there are far cheaper methods of removing the dreaded black marks, incidentally I bought mine direct from the manufacturer and was annoyed to find out later a better deal was on offer on the QVC shopping channel.:Doh:
     
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