Washing New RV's and Travel Trailers

[FONT=&quot]I got a contract to wash 200-250 new Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels Monthly. He was paying $8 per unit but the guy only made it through about 20 units and quit. I got him up to $13 but it took a 4 man crew 3 days to do 179. This was the first time many had been cleaned so they have been there 3-6 months and we had to scrub the snot out of every unit. Also moving and filling up the tank took up a lot of time. [/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]If we do it monthly now will we have to scrub all the streaks again every time?[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Does it save a lot of time to have them bring the units to us?[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Thanks in advance![/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]Daniel Simmons
Pressure Washing America, LLC[/FONT]
 

Kiloman

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Get a mild wash an put some dragon juice in a bucket mixed 20-1 an it will gobble up the black streaks like a game a pacman back in the 1980 s
 

Kiloman

New member
I use it in a bucket for brushing those nasty stripes you are talking about it works great for that just have to rinse it does dry a bit fast but hell its 95 degrees lol.I wash a several trucking fleets an those stripes can be a bear some times.The dragon juice just takes them off with a very little effort with a brush.
 

Dan Dykstra

New member
I wash the trailers in 3 seasonal campgrounds every spring in my area of Michigan, the dragon juice in a bucket with a brush makes the black streaks no problem. The only way to go.
 
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