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Old 01-28-2014, 01:37 PM   #15
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A lot of truck washes along the CA freeways say RV/Truck wash. I have a 5er and got the truck the RV washed at the same time. I Also got RainX and a tire cleaning for $60.00. I thought it was a good deal.
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I frequent Blue Beacon when my coach is really dirty......... They do a nice job and rinse with RainX. Beyond that, I prefer using my WashWax waterless system. You can then wash your RV anywhere. Here is the link:

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I frequent Blue Beacon when my coach is really dirty......... They do a nice job and rinse with RainX. Beyond that, I prefer using my WashWax waterless system. You can then wash your RV anywhere. Here is the link:

Aircraft RV Cleaner Waterless Wash Wax Detailing Products Supplies
The Blue Beacon does a great job. This rig is 13 years old and has never been washed by anybody but the Beacon. I won't let them use any brush on it. The have chemical that melts bug off in the summer. I get the Rainex rinse.
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This rig is almost 2 years old. Only washed at the Blue Beacon. Rinse with RainX. RV and toad about fifty bucks. I tell them not to spray the fridge, furnace or water heater vents. Did our fiver for 14 years. Never any problems. And tell them no brushes. I have power washers with soap and hot water. Just don't want to do it. They don't take long. The Beacon is hard to beat. They also put on a spot free rinse after the RainX. Which is RO water.
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