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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-08-2020, 16:41 Thread Starter
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How to remove water stain in overcab area

Hi, after a long long time weíve got our van back. Iíve noticed a strange yellow stain on the inside of the overcab dome. On closer inspection weíve had a leak from a small crack in the roof.
Does anyone have any ideas on cleaning up the stain. Iíve tried silky, pvc cleaner and bleach so far.
Any suggestions appreciated.
Ruth
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Can you ask your dealer what they would use? When I picked up my new MH there was quite a large dirty mark on the roof above the driver's seat, underside of the drop down bed. No idea what caused it - someone careless with his tools I suspect - but the dealer was able to remove it completely. Of course it may just have been surface dirt and therefore different from yours.

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What is the surface material.....I'm guessing fibreglass??

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What is the surface material.....I'm guessing fibreglass??
Iím sorry but Iíve no idea. Itís a plasticky type with a bit of texture to it. Itís an auto trail Cheyenne and 12 years old.
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Sorry but donít have a dealer. We bought it second hand 10 years ago.
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