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Old 08-26-2022, 09:21 AM   #29
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Everyone has their own washing ideas.

I will comment I formerly used RV brushes on my old Monaco. When I purchased my 2013 Aspire I made the mistake of using those brushes. When the sun hit it there were swirl marks everywhere on that dark paint. It took a lot of buffing with machines to fix. I threw those brushes away.

On my new coach I use very clean lamb’s wool brushes with deionized water w soap. When traveling at CGs I use WashWax like the others.
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I use Meguiar's Dry Wash and Wax for touch ups after a major cleaning.
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I was in a campground where waster was short for 3 months. I cleaned my entire 39' RV with Maguire's Dry Wash and wax with great results.
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I also use Aero Products. I purchased the Dry Wash Wax All Kit. Starting off with a fully washed coach including the roof, the Aero Products system works great if you keep up on maintaining the cleanliness. I am a full-timer so I try to maintain cleanliness and not just spruce it up for trips as I did before hitting the road permanently. The challenge Iíve discovered is the roof. That is where the dirt accumulates and canít be properly removed without water under pressure. I plan an RV Park in my travels that allows detail vendors on site to wash and or wax your coach. Then I use the cleaning products I have, to maintain the clean as I travel, sometimes with a little help from a good rain. I prefer to pay a vendor to professionally wash the coach 3 to 4 times a year and polish annually.
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