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Got Fading? Let’s Get Our Rejuvenation On!
Wade Replies: Mark, If you have a Cedar Creek Day Dreamer then it’s a full body paint. If your coach is white then you are dealing with a FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) non-painted finish. You will probably need to buff out the sunny side with our RV Finish Restorer with Wax then maintain your […]Read More
Clean the Beast – Restoring a Tradewinds Motorhome
Wade Answers: Stacy, First I would use Beast Wash and a power washer like I do in our washing videos. Then I would follow up with a buff job using our RV Finish Restorer kit. Your Tradewinds will shine up nicely. The exception is possibly your compartment doors. If your coach has the blue or […]Read More
Gallon of Beast Wash is a Concentrate… Say Whaaaaaat?
Wade Replies: Laurence, Beast Wash is a concentrate. You can dilute it out as much as works for your project. Its impossible for me to tell you what dilution ratio will work best, but you will know when you start washing. Add Beast Wash as needed to increase your cleaning power. Have fun […]Read More
Simple Wash Ohhh No!! You’ve Gotta Beast to Clean!!
Wade Replies: Mark, Beast wash is a much stronger cleaner with additives that will better help you clean an RV. Simple Green is a good all around product for home projects but is not a commercial strength RV cleaner. Wade Mark Asks: I just ran across your video for cleaning an older Avion. […]Read More
When Mixing Bleach- Warning!!
Wade Answers: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!! Water Spot Killer contains acids which, when combined with bleach, creates TOXIC Chlorine Gas. From www.fireengineering.com: “Chlorine gas, which is less alkaline than ammonia, is 30 times more irritating to skin tissues than straight hydrochloric acid. Remember that this substance, which was once used as a weapon in World War I, causes […]Read More