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Old 01-18-2015, 08:21 PM   #15
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Same here. The best! Use it on glass, wood, everywhere.
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Used Dri Wash, then No Wet, now using Wash Wax All. All of them work but I like the Wash Wax All system. The stuff really works if you follow directions.
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Old 01-20-2015, 09:58 PM   #17
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I have never seen anything clean the glass as well as this stuff.
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Old 01-20-2015, 10:01 PM   #18
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I've used the Dry Wash N Guard (DWG) for years. Even became a distributor/dealer but I no longer am one. Still use the product and people think the rig is brand new even though its 13 now.
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Old 01-21-2015, 12:57 AM   #19
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So if there is grime that is genuine - we're talking mountain pass grime from sanded roads with lots of grit sitting on the paint - that these products work using no water hose without damage? That seems like the ultimate test.
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Yep, went from WA to Quartzsite for a week, then down to Yuma and did our rig in full sunlight with the DWG with no problems. And that's when I bought some and became a distributor/dealer (which I no longer am!)
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How does the waterless wash work on RV roofs. That's where I would really appreciate it. You can wash down RV while in site but roof hard do do?

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How does the waterless wash work on RV roofs. That's where I would really appreciate it. You can wash down RV while in site but roof hard do do?

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Hello Hurk, I did not do mine in a RV park(The roof) but I did do it a couple of times while it was sitting in my garage.........worked great! no water down the sides is what I liked...........due to that makes the job really big!
If you can get up there, no problem.....
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Dry wash and guard since 1989. Anything after that, is just a copycat.
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Can you use it on the rubber roof without damaging it?
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Use Wash and Wax All on glass for great results .. Use it on the MoHo too.. And
the granite countertops at the S & B .. I have also used some of the competitors products with good results , Another favorite is Aerospace 303
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Use Wash and Wax All on glass for great results .. Use it on the MoHo too.. And
the granite countertops at the S & B .. I have also used some of the competitors products with good results , Another favorite is Aerospace 303
Your correct, the waterless wax all is great on glass, countertops, and stainless appliances. Try it on mirrors also! The 303 is water base and will run and streak if applied and dew or condensation forms early after the application. I've now limited the 303 to tires and slider tops. The Aero waterless wash and wax also has a UV inhibitor similar to 303.
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