Cleaning the Sealant

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  1. Mr Colpot

    Mr Colpot Funster

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    Can anyone recommend a way to clean the sealant on the Motorhome?
     
  2. stevec

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    I've used "Silky" and an old toothbrush. Got it from my local camping shop. Works for me. Other opinions may vary!
     
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    Did ours with one of those “magic sponges” (now waits for the repercussions) :)
     
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  4. landscaper

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    Is that by any chance a Bessaccar that I spy in the picture - if it is, and it may be a coincidence, but the sealant on our motorhome (that model) looks as though it has been put on with a trowel and is also very dirty. We have tidied it up a bit with the edger of a credit card!
     
  5. scotjimland

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    scarping as suggested with a card..

    I've also cleaned using a cloth soaked in white spirit
     

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