RVers: Need Your Feedback About RV Washing!

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Gang, I have a favor to ask! A young friend of our family, Garrett, is working on a business plan because he’d like to start his own RV Mobile Detailing business. He’s seeking feedback from RV owners about their RV washing practices… so do you wash yourself, go to Blue Beacon, hire someone who comes to your driveway, etc.

He’s collecting research on a Google form, and he doesn’t want your name or email… nothing. You’ll never hear from him again, I promise. So, would you mind filling out this form with your feedback? It takes less than a minute, and your answers are going to help him shape how he moves forward building his business.

Garrett actually does own a travel trailer so he’s already an RV enthusiast with experience himself. We’re proud of him for doing this right; researching first, creating a plan, and then determining how to proceed. So thanks everyone for helping us support Garrett and his exciting new endeavor!

Click the pic to go to the Google Form and fill it out!

After 15 years as an educator in both the public K-12 setting and the University level in Special Physical Education, Stef made the leap to her true passion… the fitness world. She’s currently a personal trainer and wellness coach specializing in seniors, medical conditions, and injuries. Stef loves running, cycling, and being “Mugga” to her two favorite mini-humans — Punky and Marshmallow. ❤️

    7 thoughts on “RVers: Need Your Feedback About RV Washing!

    1. Joe M

      I use a pressure washer for real heavy dirt, other wise a garden hose works fine. For actual washing I use one of the ceramic washes available. I personally like the one from Armor All – Extreme Shield Ceramic Car Wash. I put it on with a foam cannon and use a soft brush to remove the remaining dirt. Thorough rinse and I use my leaf blower to speed up drying. After several washes, it builds up a good shield the water beads up and dirt does not stick as easily.

      1. James

        OK. I’m actually on the other end of the spectrum. I want to paint Number One “Desert Khaki” so that the dirt just blends in.


        1. Joe M

          A foam cannon is a device that will attach to a garden sprayer or pressure washer to dispense a soapy foam evenly across your vehicle. I use one that attaches to my garden sprayer. I put in a mix of water and ceramic car wash according to the mixing instructions. I put the foam down after an initial rinse to remove any loose dirt. Most automotive parts stores will have them or you can find them on Amazon. If you use a pressure washer, be careful which tip you use, because you can damage any coating or paint on the finish. I usually use the white tip (40 degree angle spray) for my initial cleaning before the foam. Most foam cannons will have an appropriate tip for either garden hose or pressure washer. Thanks for your really informative videos. I especially like the ones on the LiFePo4 batteries.

    2. Don Kane

      Will publish the results. So interested in how many have someone wash their RV. Like a lawn service…


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