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Old 03-20-2019, 07:59 PM   #29
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When we head south for the winter, we usually arrive at our destination with a good amount of road salt, crud, dirt, etc on the MH..

Most campgrounds / RV parks frown on washing RVs. Not sure why.. Sometimes, I'll sneak the wash early in the morning, or during a light rain. Work fast, use the minimum amount of water.

ALSO We've found a few car wash places along our route that we can stop at and wash most of this off.. These are the 4 bay pressure wash places that have a high bay for trucks / RVs. cost about $3 - $5 in quarters. First pass just to blow stuff off, then a bucket full of water with a little soap to sponge it, then a quick pressure wash rinse.


Use a squeegee on the windows so no water spots.


I do the same thing. Try to sneak in a wash early morning or late at night, especially if its raining.
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