I have read a lot about Solvit on this website and want to try it on my RV roof and slides. How much should I buy? I understand they sell it by the case or 5 gallon. Maybe by the bottle. The person I talked to at Solvit, wasn't able to recommend a quantity.
I just purchased a case of 6 and they shipped it out today. The company sent kudos to Lloyd for promoting the product.
All I had to say is I was using it for an RV and they said I must have talked to Lloyd…
I had the same questions. The company no longer has a website and the only way to get it is by a phone call to them. The other product you mentioned is not associated with Solvit and is a completely different product. Just for example, the cost of six bottles was $27 w/$18 shipping to TX.
I can't honestly answer that.
I probably use it a little stronger then what the directions state. When I'm up there with a bucket of water trying to get stains out, I also have a little shaker bottle with solvit. (old spice bottle)
Just remember to rinse often. The white residue from the roof will hang on the sidewalls if you don't. If you plan to do the sides after the roof, it's not that much of an issue.
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow
All citrus based cleaners are actually a type of acid. Citric acid. Citric acid is an alpha hydroxy acid and used as an active ingredient in chemical peels. I believe it has a damaging effect on the roof material.
But as Lloyd said, Solvit is a pine based cleaner.
Mark & Susan
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