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Old 03-04-2016, 03:52 PM   #1
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Cost to have MH Detailed?

Does anyone know a range of what one should pay per foot to have their Motorhome detailed?
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What kind of detailing? Usually a wash will run you about $60-$70. I recently had my rig washed and waxed, with the front caps and fenders buffed out by hand. The total cost was just under $700.
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You can expect between $15-20.00 per foot.
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Old 03-04-2016, 04:25 PM   #4
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We are sitting a Zion River Resort enjoying the national park. Scheduled for a wash Monday. 43' coach, entire coach including roof, tires and wheel polish $85. Saw a completed coach today, great job on a Tiffin Zephyr.


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I have paid $6 to $10 per foot for wash and wax including waxing the roof. Wash only runs $1 to $2 per foot.
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I think it depends on the area

If I recall I paid $300 ish for a wash and wax in key west a few years ago, 38ft RV.
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Detailing very much depends on the market location. A wash & wax in central Florida will cost $250-275 for a 40 ft coach. The same coach in the Tucson area will cost $375-450.
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Had our 41' rig washed and waxed at LazyDays in Tampa a couple of months ago. They charged $400, which included polishing the wheels.
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Detailing very much depends on the market location. A wash & wax in central Florida will cost $250-275 for a 40 ft coach. The same coach in the Tucson area will cost $375-450.

Yep. It's sorta like real estate....location, location, location.
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Does anyone know a range of what one should pay per foot to have their Motorhome detailed?
In Yuma Arizona we pay a dollar per foot for Wash two dollars per foot for a wash and wax I have my 40 footer done for $99-$100 every year if I knew anything special like waxing the roof it's a little more
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If you are ever on South Padre Island TX and you are camped in the Isla Blanca RV Park, you can get your 40' class A washed and waxed for $155. That includes washing the top, all awings and waxing the inside of the slides. They detail the wheels and tires along with RainX the windshield.

Really good value!!
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Detailing very much depends on the market location. A wash & wax in central Florida will cost $250-275 for a 40 ft coach. The same coach in the Tucson area will cost $375-450.
Where in Central Florida? I can't find less than 10 a foot which for me is 400, and that is rare. I've getting a lot of 11 a foot the last year.
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Where in Central Florida? I can't find less than 10 a foot which for me is 400, and that is rare. I've getting a lot of 11 a foot the last year.
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Same here. I hear about these cheaper places, but I have never been able to find one.
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I had my 45' washed and RainX rinsed at Danny's Truck Wash in Phoenix for $115. Later at the place I store it at there was a crew washing and waxing a coach and they told me they charge $5.00 per foot to wash and an additional $4.00 per foot to wax.
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