If your RV is not too dirty, just cold water and a soft wash brush will do the trick! If it’s a dirty beast and needs a good bath then we recommend Beast Wash, available online at www.WadeMaid.com. Do not use any “wash and wax” or auto soaps on your Duratain finish.
Every RV is different but we general do not treat any moving parts, anything that is a heat source or heat shield, any corrugated plastic, the axles or the tongue. Please feel free to contact us directly if you have question about your particular RV.
Yes we can! Our vans are fully equipped to do installations at your home however we prefer to complete the install at the dealership so we can work in partnership with the detailer’s onsite. Service areas vary.
Awnings, unfortunately will get dirty. Our proprietary formula protects the vinyl materials from black mold staining and prolongs the lifespan. A good wash and fully dried awning after every use will help prevent transfer staining. You will want to make sure you wash both the top and the bottom. Beast Wash is great for this! Available online at www.WadeMaid.com or ask your local Dealer if they carry Wade Maid products.
Yes! It is undetectable to sight, smell and feel and actually helps reduce harmful off gassing and VOC’s associated with new materials.
Yes please do! Studies show that you can double the life of your Duratain coating by waxing once a year. We recommend using a high quality wax such as Wade Wax, available online at www.WadeMaid.com or ask your local Dealer if they carry Wade Maid products.
"We had our current trailer Duratained over 4 years ago and use it primarily for winter sports. Unlike our last rig that fell apart at this age, we still have Continue Reading
Kevin W. Bloomington, MN November 16, 2017