Has anyone found a good way to clean the white gaskets around the slideouts?I Have a 2012 cruiser the gaskets are already looking very dirty, cant find anything (yet) to clean them very good. They are rubber and I would hate to damage them. Why can't they use black gaskets?
F250-7.3 L, 2012 305SK--Happy Wife, Good Life
I use paint thinner then apply some silicone spray to prevent sticking. However, I think the silicone spray attracts some of the dirt. I believe someone else on here has mentioned to apply some baby powder with a rag. I am going to try that next time.
I wish they were black too--- would be alot less maintenance.
Matt & Kathy and the newest little camper Lucas
Chance (Yellow lab)
'10 Dodge Ram 3500 CC/LB
'11 Crossroads Cruiser CF325CK
Let them go, they turn black on their own <grin>
White rubberized anything is a dumb idea as it is bound to turn black sooner or later.
Windex with vinegar doesn't do a bad job but does leave black spots where it is embedded into the material.