Fenwicks Motorhome Cleaner Concentrate easily removes streaks, green algae, road traffic film, diesel fumes, and over wintering grime, etc. It is suitable for cleaning plastics, aluminium, acrylic windows, GRP, ABS, fibreglass, decals, sealants and much more. Highly concentrated formula, guaranteed results.
Step 1: Pour 2 capfuls of Fenwicks Motorhome Cleaner Concentrate into 5 litres of warm or cold clean water. Step 2: Apply to surfaces from bottom to top using a spray, sponge or brush. Step 3: Allow 30 secs to 1 mins to soak in, but do not allow to dry. Step 4: Agitate with a sponge or soft brush. Step 5: Rinse thoroughly with water from top to bottom, or for that showroom finish just add Fenwicks Bobby Dazzler to the rinse water.
Handy hints 1) A 1 to 10 solution will remove stubborn marks and black streaks. 2) Rinsing with Fenwicks Bobby Dazzler protects and makes cleaning easier.
Q. - Why do you say "start at the bottom" when cleaning? A. - To get the best out of the cleaner it is important to keep the area wet and to ensure even coverage. Starting at the bottom and working up helps to achieve this and reduces streaking.
Q. - Will the cleaner clean acrylic windows? A. - Yes. A spray or hose pipe should be used to rinse off dirt, as It is important to make sure that the window is free from dirt and grit before attempting to wipe with a cloth or sponge. Take a look at our video section there is a video on there showing you how to clean windows, without scratching them.
Q. - Where else can the cleaner be used? A. - Our loyal customers and fans keep telling us of other uses for the cleaner. Here is their list
UPVC double glazing
Stains in clothes and carpets (as long as they are colour fast)
A 1\4 thimble full in the average car windscreen washer bottle to keep the windscreen clear (note-does not contain antifreeze)
If you can think on more let us know :-)
Q. - Do I need to wear gloves while using the cleaner? A. - Not normally. Unless you suffer with any skin conditions there should be no need for gloves.
Q. - Why are there grey blotches on the hatches? A. - The problem is caused by what appears to be a virus, this consists of grey blotches around the hatch which cannot be removed. It only seems to attack the hatches with the rough finish e.g. toilet door and battery hatch, it may be just a result of poor materials and exposure to ultra violet light. Hatches can be best cleaned by using a toothbrush. Dip the toothbrush into the bottle of cleaner (or make up a 10:1 solution in a spray bottle), work it into the hatch. Allow to stand for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, run the toothbrush over the area once again (no need to add more cleaner), then rinse off. This will remove any dirt, grime, green etc.
Q. - Can I use the cleaner in a pressure washer? A. - Yes. We wouldn't recommend it though as a power washer can harm mastic and rubber seals, which will cause leaks and damage in the long term. The dilution needs to be about 200:1 at the lance end, give the cleaner a bit of time to work before washing off. If you have a soap dispenser, add about 2-4 caps full to the dispenser and fill with water, this should be about right. You can add more cleaner if required. The Motorhome Cleaner is better suited to pressure washers as it is faster acting, but good results should be obtained using the Caravan Cleaner as long as sufficient contact time is allowed (30sec to 1 min).