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Old 12-02-2010, 01:12 PM   #1
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Anyone tried this waterless wash system

Aircraft RV Boat Cleaners Waterless Car Wash Wax Products Supplies Systems - What Wash Wax ALL Product to use for your aircraft, airplane, RV, motorhome, car, boat, or motorcycle. ???

I'm not a seller of affiliated in any way, I'm just looking for feedback before I soak (no pun intended) $200 into this product. I sure hate washing it using a wash cloth and my ladder.

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Old 12-02-2010, 01:35 PM   #2
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Why not buy a 16 oz. botton to see if you like it before you go bulk?

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I use an adjustable pole and soft brush I bought at a truck stop. Works great and no ladder needed. I think the waterless would work at a camp ground or other places you might not have or want to use water. Looks great but lot of money over soap and water.
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Old 12-02-2010, 01:41 PM   #4
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I have used this product. I try to use it just for touch up since I prefer to be able to hose off dirt before putting a rag or mitt to it. The degreaser is great on black streaks and bugs.

I usually keep both kinds on hand. The Wash WaxAll and Wash WaxAll Degreaser are the only two products I have used from this company.

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Old 12-02-2010, 01:46 PM   #5
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This product might be good on airplanes that made of aluminum, but most Rv's are made of fiberglass or gelcoat. I would think that a waterless product would scratch
the hell of fiberglass and gelcoat.
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And paint...w/o getting the actual grit off first..
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This product might be good on airplanes that made of aluminum, but most Rv's are made of fiberglass or gelcoat. I would think that a waterless product would scratch
the hell of fiberglass and gelcoat.
That's sure the conventional wisdom and although I haven't used this particular product, I've used a similar one for the past few years and love it... and not a single sign of scratches on my full body paint.

I use my California Duster lightly first and common sense dictates lightly removing caked on mud with a damp towel but it has worked well for me. I use "The Solution".

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I have been using "No Wet" now called "Envy" for about 10 years and have had to produce registration to prove the coach (full body paint) is not new. I use it inside and out; on glass as well as rubber. I don't think it can be beat.
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We do mostly wilderness or boon docking RV camping - and washing the RV is a lot more involved than simply removing a light layer of dust!

SO, if hose and a sponge for heavier mud or dirt deposits is advisable prior to use of any of these "water-less" concoctions, I might as well keep on and finish with the hose and sponge, since getting out the hardware is HALF of the job to start with!

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