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Old 11-16-2014, 06:34 PM   #1
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Wash mitt.

Just purchased my first class a. Entegra Aspire 42rbq. Currently in storage in Albany at RVOne. Had a 38rbq jayco designer before this purchase. Trying to figure out the best way to wash the coach. I received a great quality extension pole, Fiberglas extending, that's 20 ft max... (Overkill) but trying to find a wash Mitt rather than a brush that is used on the fiver to wash the beast. Looked at camping world, Amazon, eBay and Internet... Looking for microfiber, I guess. Any ideas from all you veteran class a owners? Advice is appreciated ! Thanks for your time.
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I use a brush on my 2012 American Revolution. I make sure I don't drop it in the dirt and rinse it after every use. Then I squeegee it off with a California water blade. I use a foam cannon and my electric power washer to give it a good rinse off before I start. Good luck with your new coach!
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This looks interesting...going to give it a try Aircraft RV Cleaner Waterless Wash Wax Detailing Products Supplies
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Old 11-16-2014, 09:12 PM   #4
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Look for a lambs wool pad instead !
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Search for "Mary Moppins". They cary a full line of pure lambs wool mits and other gear for washing RVs, including lambs who'll covers for your extension.
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Search for "Mary Moppins". They cary a full line of pure lambs wool mits and other gear for washing RVs, including lambs who'll covers for your extension.

That's where I got mine.
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Thank You ALL!!!

Just placed an order with Mary Moppins on line. Nice selection of tools and cleaners. Thanks for all the help and suggestions!!
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We as well. tiffin and newmar recommends not using artificial mitts or pads and suggests the lambs wool so there will not be circular halos in the paint over time.
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