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Old 08-09-2015, 08:48 AM   #1
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cleaning interior metal

I asked before about what product to clean interior metal, but can't find the answer. What to use as a soap ect.. Gordy
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Airstream recommends Pledge Orange. This info was in the WBCCI mag some months ago.
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I use Glass Plus and it works well for me. Just spray it on and wipe down with a clean soft cloth. No streaks left behind and it looks good. I first tried Sheila Shine which is a product made for stainless kitchen appliances. I don't recommend this because it is very hard to remove. No matter how hard I tried there were always streaks and smudges.
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We use one of the disposable dusters. For a stubborn area that has had some liquid splashed on it, we use Windex.

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I love the Pledge Orange, cleans well and easily, leaves no streaks and smells wonderful!


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Have used a very small amount of liquid dish soap in a bucket of warm water and use a damp microfibre cloth to wipe the interior down. Working small sections at a time, I rise each section with clean water and use another microfibre cloth to dry/buff the interior. Look like new when done.
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