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RV Cleaning Lexington KY

Michael Kreisle

Contributing Member
I hooked up one of my friends that came to my Birthday party with a RV cleaning. It was covered in mildew and black steraks. I don't normally do fleet washing for money, but thought I'd share this with you all. Just brushed on some house wash mix with a little F-13 for the black streak. Came out great.
 

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Jim Cooney

New member
Nice !!!! A great up-sell is if the unit has a rubber roof coating, sell the owner on a protectant sealer. You can buy Thetford Rubber Roof Protectant/Sealer/UV & UA coating for about $35.00 a gallon. Any RV shop carries the Thetford products. A gallon will cover 3 - 40' RV's. I charge an additional $75.00 for this treatment.

Harsh detergents are not ideal, but very effective on the rubber roofs. The sealer coating replenishes the moisture and seals the rubber roof coating.
 

Tony Shelton

Environmental Consultant / Past Director
You need to keep that for your demo pic. It's hard to get good before and after shots on an RV. That looks great!
 

cleanhoods

New member
A word of advice though, inspect the interior first for water damage or rott.Press all the walls to see if they are soft and ceilings too.if everything checks out then wash away. :biggrin:
Marko
 

Michael Kreisle

Contributing Member
All my friends were tripping when I said that all I needed was some chems from my shop. Thought I was going to bring pressure washer. LOL We just brushed on from bottom up and rinsed with garden hose.
 

James VanHandle

UAMCC-Member
All my friends were tripping when I said that all I needed was some chems from my shop. Thought I was going to bring pressure washer. LOL We just brushed on from bottom up and rinsed with garden hose.
Im bringing mine over to get detailed it only 36foot . LOL
 

John Katz

New member
I hooked up one of my friends that came to my Birthday party with a RV cleaning. It was covered in mildew and black steraks. I don't normally do fleet washing for money, but thought I'd share this with you all. Just brushed on some house wash mix with a little F-13 for the black streak. Came out great.
Great !!!!!!
 

David Vicars

New member
Great Job, Mike.

John, welcome to the Uamcc BBs. Go to User CP and fill out your signature and you can put your link in your signature.

I removed your link from your post, because it was spam.
 

Bill Booz

UAMCC Board of Directors
I love when people think you need a pressure washer to do a better job cleaning a vehicle. The PW can add speed, but just like an old wooden boat deck, a brush will produce the same results with time.
 

Tony Shelton

Environmental Consultant / Past Director
Don't recall ever cleaning mine. They are usually white out here. Drove through the South and seems like they prefer green down there. Lol.

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