• Greg F
    274
    Often parks don't allow washing and it can be difficult to find truck stops or cars washes that are wide and tall enough along the road. Subsequently the rig can get pretty dirty making cleaning somewhat of a dreaded job. At least for me. :roll:

    I just started using this water less washing system. It works well and cleans leaving a nice shine. This won't replace a decent hard wax every few months but for a quick clean up that campground personnel haven't objected to it has worked great on the truck and the trailer. Ease of use allows for a quick clean after each driving trip without making too big a chore out of it.

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    The video in the photos section of the amazon page gives a quick overview but essentially in the wisdom of the karate kid. Wipe on, wax off. :up:
    Amazon Link



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  • Lisa's RV Experience
    45
    Nice job! Kenny from MovingForwardAdventures did a video on YouTube about a very low water RV cleaning under the Winnebago channel that also looks great. I'm always worried about scratching the rig without using water, did you have issues with scratching?

    Let us know how your's holds up.

    https://youtu.be/L8V1PbCMXpA
  • Greg F
    274
    I go with a soapy water wash if things are really dirty/gritty. If it's regular road dust and bugs this stuff works great. I am finding the key is to just stay on top of it and give it a quick once over after a travel day.
  • Ray
    671
    A California duster works pretty well for that constant desert dust as long as you get to it before a rain.
  • Randy Vallis
    51
    Yes it does. I carry one in my truck and use it often if not daily.
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