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willieg14 05-08-2017 07:35 PM

Best Spray-on Motorhome Cleaner
 
Anybody know a good spray on cleaner? Somebody told me about a cleaner sold at Walmart but I can't remember the name.

Sunny1 05-08-2017 08:15 PM

Check out 303 Aerospace on Amazon and read the reviews - Really good stuff, and is what I use!
https://www.amazon.com/303-30306-Pro.../dp/B000XBCURW

Winemaker2 05-08-2017 08:49 PM

303 is a great prorectant fir rubber plastic etc...I don't think of it as a cleaner and usually do the cleaning first then the protectant.

retired-guy 05-08-2017 09:06 PM

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Originally Posted by willieg14 (Post 3588766)
Anybody know a good spray on cleaner? Somebody told me about a cleaner sold at Walmart but I can't remember the name.

Are you thinking of a waterless wash type of cleaner? Like Meguiars?

Taterpeeler 05-08-2017 10:37 PM

I use Wash Wax All... use all their products... also have a hell of a leather cleaner.

bobbelcher 05-09-2017 07:56 AM

I second the wash wax all product. I got mine from amazon. was like 30 dollars for a gallon jug plus a spray bottle and some of their cloths. stuff works great. I did a wet wash on mine where i washed my rig with a pressure washer and a scrub bucket and brush first and then followed right behind with the wash wax all. it was the first bath for the motorhome so i wanted to do a deep clean on it. They make a great product. I was skeptical but it was just as easy as spray on and wipe off and it looked great afterwards.

Busskipper 05-09-2017 08:33 AM

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Originally Posted by willieg14 (Post 3588766)
Anybody know a good spray on cleaner? Somebody told me about a cleaner sold at Walmart but I can't remember the name.

Save you a trip to Wal*Mart - or you can walk in and get it there.

https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-G144...000RXNLK6?th=1

Use this on Coach and cars alike - really works well.

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biggcrisp 05-09-2017 08:52 AM

Foaming bathroom cleaner.

Doesn't have to be brand specific.

willieg14 05-09-2017 01:19 PM

Thanks for all the info I'll let you know how they work.

Thanks again

Willieg14

stvdman 05-09-2017 01:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Taterpeeler (Post 3589088)
I use Wash Wax All... use all their products... also have a hell of a leather cleaner.

This is what I intend to try. I follow a full time couples blog that are full timing in a beautiful 5th-wheel (Landmark 365) that just bought the Wash Wax All "kit" and raved about it. Both the ease of use and how well it worked.

I think they originally created their products for the aviation industry, and since people were buying it expressly to use on RV's, they started to cater to that crowd.

A "kit" is over $200, not cheap, looks like it should be good for quite a few washes and parts and pieces can be added/replaced over time.

gmann55 05-09-2017 09:50 PM

I use rainx with carnuba balls floating in it! Get it at Walmart!

Scottybdivin 05-09-2017 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by stvdman (Post 3590054)
This is what I intend to try. I follow a full time couples blog that are full timing in a beautiful 5th-wheel (Landmark 365) that just bought the Wash Wax All "kit" and raved about it. Both the ease of use and how well it worked.

I think they originally created their products for the aviation industry, and since people were buying it expressly to use on RV's, they started to cater to that crowd.

A "kit" is over $200, not cheap, looks like it should be good for quite a few washes and parts and pieces can be added/replaced over time.

The kit is not cheap, but it has commercial quality components. Not your average Walmart type stuff. The extendable pole is very well made and extends to almost 3X it's length. The mop heads are heavy duty and machine washable. I have found it to be the best for finishing the front windshield as well, after bug wash and squeegee. The bugs come off very easy after using the Wash Wax product. The hardest thing is to learn not to use too much spray. I can do my whole rig with about 1/3 of a bottle.

777 Driver 05-09-2017 10:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Scottybdivin (Post 3590893)
The extendable pole is very well made and extends to almost 3X it's length. The mop heads are heavy duty and machine washable. I have found it to be the best for finishing the front windshield as well, after bug wash and squeegee.

I've found the extendable pole to be very effective for my post arrival windshield wash. Before I tried it, I'd use a ladder. What works for me is to use a very wet terry towel on the pole to loosen the bugs, then swap out the wet terry towel with a microfiber towel to dry/finish the windshield. I do one half at a time. Repeat process for other half.

Much quicker and easier than dragging out the ladder.

That pole is "the bomb"!!!!

The spray liquid is great for the rest of the coach and would work fine on the windshield, too. Since my wife describes me as "economical", I find that just plain water works well for the daily windshield clean-up.


Take care,
Stu

Jandringa 05-10-2017 05:44 PM

Amazing rolloff, odd name but I have been using it onboard for years and on my last two motor homes. A little goes a long way and it is great in any surface or material. You can get it at west marine, amazon or lots of places on line.

https://www.jamestowndistributors.co...ct.do?pid=2338


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