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Old 11-29-2015, 06:54 AM   #29
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Just under $6 per foot in Myrtle Beach, SC. That includes roof wash, coach wash with filtered water, hand wax/polish (they put it on with orbital buffers and take it off by hand). Polishing wheels is extra, I think $20 per wheel. Bonded and insured and great job.
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Old 11-29-2015, 11:44 AM   #30
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southern calif, 300.00 wash and wax top to bottom this guy is bonded and insured the rig is 42 ft.
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Yuma we had a wash and wax for $100
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Old 11-30-2015, 06:55 PM   #32
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Did the wash and wax this past weekend. Turned out great at a cost of $30. Maguire's Clean & Wax did a fantastic job of removing black streaks. Recommend it!
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Old 11-30-2015, 07:18 PM   #33
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Did the wash and wax this past weekend. Turned out great at a cost of $30. Maguire's Clean & Wax did a fantastic job of removing black streaks. Recommend it!
I'll give ya $50 to do mine.
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I'll bid $75
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The Aero Wash Waterless wash and wax system works very well for me. The only time my coach sees soap and water is when there is a lot of muddy grit on it. Otherwise the dry wash system is great. I don't see any evidence of this system doing any harm to the paint either. No swirls or scratches, although I am not acting as conservator for the next owner either. He gets what he gets when I am done with it. Originally designed for use on aircraft it is somewhat pricey but worth it. Beats 2-300 dollar wash and wax jobs.
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Tied to find someone to wash and wax ours before putting into storage. Can't find an RV specific detailer. Contacted several local (Milwaukee area) auto detailers who gave me a price of $400 with me supplying the Rejex but when time came to do it they backed out. Would love to find someone reliable. Have used blue Beacon for washing but noticed fine scratches in the clear coat that weren't there before.
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Usually around 350 here in N. Florida for a 36 foot coach
I pay around $225 in my area of Florida.
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I would really love it if I could find a reliable rv detail shop close to where I live... Northwest Washington state. 30 miles north of Seattle. There is one shop locally that deals with cars mostly . They gave me a price of 15.00 per foot... (600.00)
I just about fell over! I would pay 8.00 to 10.00 per foot for a really good quality job but I can't find anyone around here that knows what they are doing for that price. I would be thrilled to find the deals that some of you have posted...

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I hire a day labor from a local laborer provider to do a wash and wax yearly. I closely supervise to ensure its done well. Usually does not take a whole day so couple with some yard work or other chores. $100-150.00 labor, and I supply materials and tools.
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We have one of those, we call it Home Depot.
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