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joe0508

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Posted: 01/29/13 02:57am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

is any of these petroleum distillates

Sodium Sulfate=Viscosity Increasing Agent - Aqueous
Sodium Carbonate=pH Adjuster
Sodium Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate=Wetting Agent
Silicate=Thickener
Sodium Polyacrylate=Surfactant - Cleaning Agent
Green 7=Colorant
Fragrance=Fragrance

I found these ingrediants in spic and span and would like toknow if any of them is harmful to a rubber roof.


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No petroleum, your good. Quite a few use spic & span.


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Just a suggestion. Dicor makes a rubber roof cleaner and an after cleaning treatment. It worked good for me.

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My first M/H had a Dicor rubber roof, the paperwork from Dicor that came with the coach stated "use Formula 409 or a like cleaner and 303 aerospace protectant after cleaning" Also stated "Do not use citrus based cleaners" I hope this helps, Bill

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harold1946 wrote:

No petroleum, your good. Quite a few use spic & span.


I think you want to be a little more specific because several of those ingredients are petroleum based - but they are not in a form (or amounts) that would normally be a problem.

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