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Old 07-29-2014, 12:58 PM   #1
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Bona Microfiber mop cover to clean exterior of MH

Has anyone used the Bona microfiber mop covers to apply/and remove cleaner or spray on wax on the higher parts of your exterior fiberglass?

I do not own such a cover but it would seem to be a way to avoid a ladder and do some cleaning in the RV park.
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Old 07-29-2014, 01:36 PM   #2
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I hand wax my coach twice a year, and use the microfiber mop in-between with Protect-All or other quick wax products. Like you said, keeps me off a ladder, and I am a retired firefighter! Go figure. . . . . BTW, my original mop did not have a telescoping wand, so I found one at WM. It also works well on top of the slides, but then it is back on that ladder.
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Old 07-30-2014, 07:39 AM   #3
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I use a Swiffer floor mop. The holes on the back will hold any cloth you wrap around it. I drilled a couple holes in it to put a twist tie to keep it from flopping over. Works fine for me.
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I am thinking of this solution and using it with the eco green auto clean system, a waterless wash system.

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Hi Chris, yes I am going to continue to use Dri-Wash.

Apply it 2x per year.

In between use a damp towel and follow with a dry towel. No scratches. No hose in most instances. No waxing. No soap. Great for inside RV parks that do not allow washing.

We have about 14 years experience with the stuff on a 40' teflon boat and the motor home.

Their patents have expired so probably available under other brand names.
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