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Hi, I've got em and got stuff to get rid of em but has anyone any ideas on how to stop them in the first place?

Mine is a 9 year old elldis eclipse and having spent 5 hours washing, restoring and waxing her you can imagine my joy at the black streaks returning the first time in rained!!!! (It does that a lot in Lancs)

Can I seal the rubbers with anything?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Philc

Aint motorhoming brilliant :lol:
 

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philc said:
Mine is a 9 year old elldis eclipse and having spent 5 hours washing, restoring and waxing her you can imagine my joy at the black streaks returning the first time in rained!!!! (It does that a lot in Lancs)

Philc

Aint motorhoming brilliant :lol:
A common complaint.
As has been discussed before here:
http://www.motorhomefacts.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=178&highlight=streaks

We use Mr Sheen or Sparkle.
A quick squirt and polish off after a few seconds.
We've given up trying to prevent it.
 
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