Oxidation and Relaxation: Restoring your Vintage Camper
Paul Asks: I bought a 1968 Forester camper with painted aluminum siding – what is the best product to clean the oxidation & restore shine to the paint? Thanks very much – Paul Wade Responds: Paul, Sounds like a fun project! Because you are dealing with factory painted aluminum this is going to be a […]Read More
A Speedy Fix to Your Cheetah Roof- Removing Black Spots
Russ Asks: How do you remove the black spots on my RV roof? Russ Wade Replies: Russ, That’s a great question. I’m going to assume your RV has a Rubber roof. If so, the spots could be anything from mold, sap, or liken. That is unless you have a Safari Cheetah Motor-home, everybody knows […]Read More
Wade Waxin’ Duratain Lastin’
Daylan Asks: I watched a video on your web site where you used beast wash for an extremely dirty RV and used a pressure washer. I am wondering if Beast wash can be used like regular soap just to do a regular washing? My RV is not very dirty at all so I suppose I […]Read More
One Buff Coachmen – Gettin Your Shine ON!!
Rico Asks- Wade, I’m using a dewalt DWP849 [varbial- speed buffer], at what speed (rpm) should I use with the rejuvenator. 2015 Coachman Mirada 32UD Rico Wade Replies- Rico, The speed used will depend on several factors: your comfort level, type of finish, temperature and humidity. I typically run mine at 3500 RPMs. You […]Read More
Roof Roof Roof – Safely Washing That Alpha-dog!!
Richard Asks- Can I use Beast Wash on a Alpha Systems RV roof. The company only recommends Spic n Span or Dawn dishwashing detergent, no petroleum based products. Also, what and how do you clean a electric rollout vinyl awning? Richard Wade Replies – Richard, Beast Wash is compatible with your Alpha roof. For information […]Read More
Waxy- Bake, Waxy- Bake, Swirly Stress! Shining Up my Carriage and Remove this Mess
Wade Replies – Skip, I would first Beast Wash your unit with our Beast Wash. Next I would start buffing her out with our one step RV Finish Rejuvenator with Wax. The Beast Wash will remove any wax residue and give you a clean surface to work with. You can than start buffing your […]Read More
Rubadubdub Time for a Roof Scrub!
Marvin Asks: If we wash the roof of our 2008 Fleetwood with the Beast Wash, will it affect the protective coating on the sides of the unit? Marvin Wade Replies: Marvin, It can, depending on the type and condition of your sidewalls. Do not mix to strong or use full strength. It’s […]Read More
Wax On – Wax Off and Bring Back that Shine!
Wade Replies: Scott, If the outside of your camper is painted aluminum paneling I would first give it a good Beast Washing to remove as much of the dirt and stains as possible. I would then go over it by hand using our Wade Wax. Work the product like a polish for this job. Don’t […]Read More
Some Like It Hot… But Not When Waxing Your Beast!
Wade Replies: Ed, Yes you can, however a hot surface is never a good surface to work with. If your finish is dark I would not attempt applying any wax in the direct sun unless it’s a cold day. It’s all about surface temperature on your RV and not the sun. Thanks, Wade Ed […]Read More
Wax On, Wax Off.. My Roof???
Wade Replies: Catherine, I also own a Itasca Meridian by Winnebago, they are great rigs! I power wash mine once a year. I have never waxed it but if you really want to you could Wade Wax your roof once a year. However- it will make it slippery so I don’t recommend it, it’s […]Read More