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Old 06-09-2014, 12:53 PM   #29
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Wash Wax All is the way to go. Aircraft Boeing Spec waterless washing system for high end aircraft...
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X2 for the Wash Wax All system. I have been using it for two years and it works great. If it's really dirty sometimes I use a bug sprayer with distilled water to rinse off first.
The system is a little pricey to start with but worth it.
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Old 06-09-2014, 08:12 PM   #31
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I never wash my rig while travelling.

It's soooooo much easier to do it after you've stopped. ;-p
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I never wash my rig while travelling.

It's soooooo much easier to do it after you've stopped. ;-p
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Wash Wax All is the way to go. Aircraft Boeing Spec waterless washing system for high end aircraft...
I like this system. As soon as we get back from our summer trip to AK I will order the kit.
Recently I have started to use different brands of Waterless Carwash products and have decided they are they way to go. If there is any course mud or grit, I do a rinse first but normally I will just use a bucket (with a few drops of mild soap) to rinse my Microfibre cloth and use the waterless stuff. A bottle with 3-4 Microfibre Cloths will do about 3 washes for under $20. And, leave a nice shine.
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Also use wash wax all...for my RV and both cars. Works great if not too dirty. I wash off any grime before using. On my roof, I use 303 twice a year.


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Old 06-10-2014, 01:59 AM   #35
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If you happen to see one of their reps at an RV show. Get them to give you some pointers on technique. Steve is the guy I saw in Lodi. The design of the mop head is what makes the whole system easy and effective. I am not a sales person for them, however I am sold. If anyone sees me around a campground I am always happy to share what I learned...
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For the posters who have used Wash Wax All system, what do you really need to get started and try the system? Do you recommend their mop kit?
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The mop kit allows you to complete large areas very quickly. I would highly recommend it. However, you could buy the small bottle (16 oz) to try a small portion of your coach using your own micro fiber towels in order to try it out first.


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Old 06-12-2014, 01:10 AM   #38
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The mop kit allows you to complete large areas very quickly. I would highly recommend it. However, you could buy the small bottle (16 oz) to try a small portion of your coach using your own micro fiber towels in order to try it out first.


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I agree. Application for wet side is to 'hydrate' the micro fiber towel and then lightly spray on area to be cleaned. Use a separate towel to dry and polish.

We even use it to clean all the glass inside the coach.
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I wash mine at the campground myself.. never got a cross word from the management about it, also never got any help LOL
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For the posters who have used Wash Wax All system, what do you really need to get started and try the system? Do you recommend their mop kit?
If you just want to see what it does, just get the solutions and a couple of micro fiber towels like the others have suggested. If you want to go for it I recommend getting the full kit: Mop Kit - Internet Special - Aero Cosmetics
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We wash when we find a nice self service bay

On our first trip we stopped at a nice self service bay and paid about $6 to wash our 2012 Freedom Elite 21C. We were in Louisville Ky and googled car washes and called and found one with a high ceililng to fit our RV. Just changed a $10 bill into quarters and washed our vehicle for about $6
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On our first trip we stopped at a nice self service bay and paid about $6 to wash our 2012 Freedom Elite 21C. We were in Louisville Ky and googled car washes and called and found one with a high ceililng to fit our RV. Just changed a $10 bill into quarters and washed our vehicle for about $6
Full body paint will last longer without the harsh chemicals and Hard water.
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