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Old 11-08-2010, 11:36 AM   #11
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We take ours to a coin-operated RV wash at a local RV park. It usually takes about $4-$5 in quarters. It's like the truck washes you see around. They have an elevated platform on each side so you can go up the steps and wash the roof. It has a spray wax setting and also the foam soap brushes. I start by cleaning off the black streaks with some stuff called Amazing. We take it there twice a year. Also, once a year, I wax my decals with NuFinish.
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Old 12-23-2010, 07:46 AM   #12
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I use Mother's Spray Wax on the Diamond Shield when we arrive at our destination, bugs come off pretty easy. I wipe the Diamond shield down with wet rag a couple of times to get road dirt off then spray wax. Most RV parks don't permit you to wash your RV at the site, never had a problem with with my wet wipe and spray.
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:05 AM   #13
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For fast clean ups $ store spray pleage is good spray on wipe off the dirt and dust and shine it all in 1 shot lol about 1/3 can per end and 1/2 per side about 1 hour done...cost a $1.25 0r so per can and no waste Bushman
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Old 12-23-2010, 08:34 AM   #14
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Just a word of caution if you are considering using Fast Wax Spray. I just looked up the product and it says "NOT" for use on porous surfaces. In addition it is a petroleum based product. I was told not to use ANY petroleum based products on the decals. From experience in the Arizona sun I want to protect/maintain my decals, and the only product I've found to protect them is 303 Protectant. As for the rest of the RV have at it.
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