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Old 02-08-2011, 11:12 AM   #1
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Self Serve RV Wash?????

Does anyone know where there is a wash fascility near Orlando that will a 45 footer?

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Old 02-08-2011, 02:02 PM   #2
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Contact Camping World in Kissimmee. I believe there is such a place across the side street from their location. I would think they can validate that info.
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Old 02-08-2011, 02:18 PM   #3
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camping world rv wash

Thanks! I checked that one out when I owned the 40 footer and it was too small. It's a restricted space for turn in and out. I seems like a nice place and would be GREAT for smaller rv's and trailers

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Look for a Flying J or Pilot truck stop, they usually have a truck wash for about $1.00 per foot and they do all the work. We have used them and it takes about 1/2 hour and you are done, alot easier than doing it yourself. DACOTAH
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Go to Lazy Days and let them wash it, they include washing the top and cleaning your wheels for only $2.00/ft. You can get a wax job with the wash for only $7.00/ft. I had my Signature (45 Ft) detailed there last week and they cut the price to only $300.00. Their work was excellant and I'll have them do it again if I'm ever down that way. They washed and waxed the coach in a little less than 2 hrs.
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:16 AM   #6
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Just a follow up, found a place that washes trucks/busses/rvs. Its just a basic wash but the price was right and it was quick, they hand do the front and back and run a machine up the sides. I checked the brushes on the machine, nice and soft. They do the busses for city and the airport. Only $30!

http://www.justqualitytruckandbus.com/index.php
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Hi all. I'm new to the forum and new to RVing. So soaking up all the tips & know-how I can. My partner & I just bought a 34ft 2004 Winnebago Journey DP. LOVING it. So when u say $2/ft for a wash at Flying J or Pilot truck wash - that would be about $70 for us, right? And do u need to call ahead and make apt? We're in Fresno CA and have been scratching our head trying to figure out where to get it washed now that we've done several little trips. Thanks!! Sherri
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You might find a mobil car wash guy who will come to you for the same money.I found a mobil guy doing a local car dealer for 70 bucks.I have a 43 american eagle.
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Having someone else was your rig is nice but if you want to do it yourself try using WashWaxAll from Aero Industries in Texas, I got the Internet special(a little pricey $217.00) but it's waterless and I was very surprised with the results. Comes with all you need, microtones mops, pole, gallon of product a degreaser and spray bottle plus bug buster.. Had our 34 ft done in an hour and didn't get wet! Can't wait to get her dirty to see how well it works second time around.
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Cool - sounds like I need to do a little researching in my area & find out what's available. Thanks
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And lemme know how u like the WashWaxAll. Sounds like something I'd like to try
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So far the washwaxall degreaser is fantastic, took all the bugs off and the grease! I used it on my motorcycle with a microfiber towel(included) and the paint really shines.
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Cool! I'll get me some. Sounds like a win-win. We sold our Harley's to get the MH so won't be using it for them!
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