Cleaning awning windows

Feb 23, 2018
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ProfJohnL said:
Check the manufacturers instructions.

Kampa FAQs do not specify how to clean the windows, only the awning as a whole: "Dirty awnings can be washed using clean water and a soft brush. Do not scrub and never use detergents."

Isabella also echo this advice but also add that you should "NEVER use spirit or polishes on the PVC windows."
 
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I just hose them down (or splash water from a bucket) to wash off loose dirt. Then if necessary sponge down with warm water with just a drop of detergent and finally rinse again. Has never done any harm.
 

Mel

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Do not do this without checking out what I am about to say because you could end up with a VERY RUINED awning, but I think I heard somewhere that WD40 would clear plastic awning Windows that had gone cloudy.

I may have made that up but the fear of confabulation has never Stopped me before.

Seriously double check before getting out the can.
Mel
 

Ty

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Thanks all, they are still like new awnings only 6 months old just general dust and now seagull dropings well more like a paint splash all over one of them.think ill just try the warm water and a sponge. Thanks again Ty
 
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WD 40 ????? Damian will tell you there is no place in a caravan for WD40.Be safe and use the washing up liquid method I posted earlier. If you have headlamps where the lamp protectors are starting look a bit green then WD on kitchen roll will clear thelenses but if they have too bad you have to work on them ,
Sir Roger
 

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