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Old 03-28-2015, 06:07 PM   #29
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It never fails for us, we end up travelling through a snow storm and on salt covered roads.

I mounted an on board pressure washer that pulls from the water tank, through the Oasis. With 75' of hose, so I now do a hot water wash. As well as carry Salt Away, which gets applied first.

I wash it when ever it feel it gets dirty enough. In between I use Maguiars Final Inspection and wax when ever the erg strikes me.

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Old 03-29-2015, 10:54 PM   #30
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wow all helpful suggestions. Tks its really appreciated by this newbie. /Mikey

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Old 03-30-2015, 07:22 AM   #31
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I purchased the WashWaxAll cleaning kit after researching it and I am very impressed with the way it cleans and puts the shine on my coach. This will be with me from now on.
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Old 07-22-2015, 03:15 PM   #32
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I guess I am one of the fanatics, but I still enjoy keeping the moho and Jeep clean, inside and out. Nothing like the feeling of a really clean ride! Does anybody remember Friday night during high school, "cruising the lane" in a freshly cleaned car? Come on, now.

The military and fire service taught me about honor, integrity, and PRIDE, and I still put them all to good use. While we were full-timing, I would either pay $5 at a CG, or agree to wash and rinse the moho with a 5-gallon bucket for no charge. Then I would apply some Aerospace-303 with a small dust mop. While on the road, I wash the windshield every evening. I like my stuff clean, and when I sold my previous moho's and boat I was always asked how I was able to keep them so clean. Always made it easy to sell them, too.

Now that we have a small home again, it is easier to take care of the toys. But I still wipe them down once we arrive at the next adventure. I wash and wax (yes, with a buffer) the toys twice a year, including the roofs. I spent over $100K on our moho ten years ago, and most folks think it is only a year old. Really, all that matters is that I think it is only about a year old!

To answer another posters question, yes I wash my S&B! Twice a year, just like the moho. Not with a sponge, just a good power washer. Who doesn't?

That's the way to be!!!
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Old 07-23-2015, 10:58 AM   #33
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When shopping for a used motorhome, you sure can tell those that were kept clean not only on the sides, but also the roof. Ours was not when we bought it, and the price reflected it. There are some black streaks that I simply have not been able to remove with any method I have tried including polishing compound.

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