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A bit more detail. Swift voyager 685fb 2009. It doesn’t have a ladder at the back. It has a solar panel so I guess somebody has been up there to fit it
 

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You don't really need to get on the roof at all to clean it and best not to as they are as slippery as hell, just use a ladder and sweeping brush with a soft head, or one of the long handled car wash brushes that connect to a hose, never use a pressure washer anywhere on a van (just in case you thought of it) best done a on a dull day too, I spray elbow grease (£1 ish) on and then scrub at it and hose off & move on to the next bit.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I won’t go near it with my pressure washer. I’ll give the elbow grease a try. Does it remove the green algae stuff and mild?
 
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