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Old 09-16-2013, 05:04 PM   #1
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Two weeks ago we went to southern Utah for a trip and came home to find the red dirt would not wash off the back of our RV. I have washed it twice. Any suggestions?

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Oh ho. I am going there next week. Will I have this problem too? Canyonlands and Arches NP's.
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I had the same stuff on mine from our trip in July and used regular car wash and a car brush. Came off with no issues.
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Oh ho. I am going there next week. Will I have this problem too? Canyonlands and Arches NP's.
I do not know, but I would suggest washing the RV as soon as you get home.
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I had the same stuff on mine from our trip in July and used regular car wash and a car brush. Came off with no issues.
Worked for me.
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I've had no problems washing it off, although it is still coming out of the cracks & crevices of my RAV4 a year later!
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