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Old 05-08-2011, 05:31 AM   #1
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RV Wash, Texas on I-35?

Hey all,

We are leaving the gate guarding thing for the summer to go do another gig in the McKinney, TX area.

Currently we are just southeast of San Antonio and will be taking I-35 the majority of the way.

That said, our rig is covered in dust, and we'd like to find a good RV wash to take care of it. Either full service or even a large bay that I can pull in and wash it myself.

Can any of you "frequent flyers" recommend a place off of I-35 between San Antonio and Dallas? I've done the internet search, but end up with a bunch of RV parks rather than RV washes.
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only thing that comes to mind is the eagle truck wash at I-20 and 35-E at the truck stop seems like it on north side of 20
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Oh sure, whem. I know right where that is. Thanks for the reminder!!
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Blue Beacon truck washes also do rv's
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Keep in mind when using truck washes, they use a lot of strong chemicals, acids and high pressure trucks are made of metal. Your RV on the other hand is most likely made of fiberglass with lots of calked seams, door gaskets and other places water doesn't belong (like the fridge vents) while it's easy to run them through the truck wash you may not like the results 2 years down the road. IMHO pressure washers and motorhomes don't mix well. For me it's hand wash or nothing.
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just had mine done at blue beacon in kingman az they did a great job also my hummer
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In San Antonio, slightly east of IH-410 on IH-10 there is a truck/RV wash just west of the Flying J at Foster Road and IH-10.

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