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What do you use to clean your topper?
 

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The best stuff that I found for my trailer was some kinda stuff they use at these "truck wash" places. Its the same stuff they use on the tankers. Man that sucker sparkled like crazy when they used that stuff.
 

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Do an Internet search fer "Bug Juice"

really works well on stainless...

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OK! Dont search Bug Juice!:confused:


A toothbrush and packets of "citrus" Kool aid!

Add small amouts a water to the powder start scrubbin!

Works amazingly well... Takes some time..

Military navy guys call this stuff "Bug juice"



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What is your topper made of? Stainless? Fiberglass?
 

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Frame is aluminum rest is stainless
 

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Frame is aluminum rest is stainless
There are a few very good weak acid sprays you should use to remove oxidation, etc from your topper. You can find them at any welding supply store. It does not interfere with truck paint etc. You simply spray on, wipe down with a sponge or for stubborn stains, use a special nylon-type pad. Remember that with stainless you will want to always scrub or buff with the grain of the metal, not against. After you scrub, simply hose it off your topper. Then to keep it looking new I use a stainless spray cleaner/polish that you can buy at any reputable auto store.
 

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second the truck wash....
 
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