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Old 10-11-2011, 06:41 AM   #43
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I use an extension pole and flexible head from this place it gets on top of the curve on the roof side front and back no ladders needed and it gets in between the narrow spaces you normally can't get to with a wide brush http://www.washwax.com. I also use a soft brush on the extension pole a lot of water and a good liquid car wash, if its just dusty use a waterless wash from the above web site or similar. The problem is most campgrounds don't want you washing your coach with a hose so don't let it get too dirty put a drop of car wash solution in a good spray bottle and wipe it down always with a MICROFIBER CLOTH.
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I like Blue Coral WASH AND WAX. While in Yuma I hired a fellow that was detailing units at the rv park. They washed complete unit including top and drying for forty bucks! The reason for mentioning that I learned something watching them. They used the micro fiber towels like you would a chamios for drying. I had always used a chamios to dry my car or dry the windows on the mh-- not any more. I keep the rig waxed, makes cleaning easier. I also use a mitt on a extended pad.
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I use Wash /ALL Wax All (www.washwax.com) It is waterless. After every day of travel I clean the front of the coach. I even do the windows with it. This product is approved for use on aircraft by Boeing. No problems with product causing crorrision on metal, brightwork or windows (glass or plexiglass). Headlight lens tend to have a problem. On our coach we use this product for 5 years and o clouding has occoured. If we go thru an area with soot, dirt, mud I rinse the coach down 1st to get the grit off, then use the Washall. they have an interesting tool to apply prodct with and buff. A gallon usually last over a year and I do 2 cars, 40 ft coach and a 21 ft boat. NO, I'm not a dealer, distributor, just a pleased user.
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