When cleaning a rubber roof with Streak-X Black
Streak Neutralizer use the dilution of 1⁄4 gallon
of Streak-X to 3 to 4 gallons of water. Remember Streak-X
is strong so no need to over do it.
First wet down the entire exterior of coach and keep
it wet, that way any soap that runs down the sides
doesn’t leave any “over-clean” marks.
I always put the coach or trailer on a tilt angle
so the soap suds run off in one direction, either
the front or rear.
Next start washing the roof, I prefer to work my
way from front to back. With me I keep the bucket,
wash brush and the hose to rinse the coach. Caution
Do not walk in the soap suds, they are extremely slippery,
so as a precaution I recommend you do not get on the
roof, use a ladder and work from the sides. Streak-X
Black Streak Neutralizer will start working immediately.
When it comes time to rinse, use plenty of water
and be sure to rinse the trailer as well as the roof.
We don’t want dirty soap suds to dry up on the
exterior. After a good rinsing of the roof and the
RV, let it dry completely before applying the rubber
When applying the protectant, use the same brush
that was used before, providing it is dry. Pour a
small amount in a container (avoid getting in on the
sides of the RV exterior) Use Caution not to let this
happen. Brush the protectant all over the (dry) rubber
roof. A small paint brush works well for the perimeter
of the roof. Make sure to pick a time when there will
be no rain for 24 hour to allow the protectant to
dry completely. The Protectant will dry as a clear
acrylic finish, a second coat can be added for extra
protection it is important to wash the brush right
after use; otherwise the brush will dry and be ruined.
Remember the roof protectant is an acrylic and will
dry to a protective type finish.
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