Ned said:DriWash is about all we've used on our rig for 9+ years and you know what our paint looks like.? Oh, we did have the bottom dark green repainted about 5 years ago, but the rest is original.
NOTE: A similar topic was closed as I was writing this -- before I could ask some questions I have about DriWash. So hope it OK that I begin my own. My topic is not a comparison of products topic.
Bill (or was it Gene?) Scott that was once very active on this forum introduced me to DW a long time ago. However, I didn't start using it until I bought some from Ron several years ago. Scott was a great salesman -- in that he dry washed about everything in site that evening to demo what it would do -- he even cleaned my toad windows, my glasses and my watch.?
Anyway, I can't vouch for how good a job it does vs. other products because of the trouble I have "doing my whole rig". You write (as does Ron) that he does the whole coach several times a year. It would take "me" a year to do the whole coach one time.? ? I "can" vouch for the ease of application.
So how long does it take you? Are you up and down a ladder to get to the upper quadrants? Does Lorna help you? DWing a coach just seems like an insurmountable task for one person. And now I am looking at 34 foot sides to my rig versus the much shorter sides of my Class C. And I am also wanting to do a much better job of keeping up with the finish on this rig - so am following this thread pretty closely.
Another question -- what is this about a newer DW? I bought a bottle in AZ from a dealer and tho it read DriWash on the label, it was a different color and came with a different kind of applicator bottle than the one I bought from Ron. Plus was much more inexpensive than the last bottle I purchased.
Ron -- was going to ask that last question of you but was too lazy to do another post . . .