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« on: July 31, 2014, 12:20:14 pm »

A few years ago when I had my other motor home I attended a rally in Vermont and purchased this dri-wash product and gave it a try. Well It is the best. I have used it many times and works great.  Don't have to wash mh before and  it comes out shiny.  Don't know if members have tried it but it is call DWG Ultra-ion Dri-wash and is made by DWG International.com
  It is a little pricey but well worth it.  I did my Phoenix yesterday and the finish looks like glass.   My MH was not that soiled but it still needed it to be done.  It provides UV protection and is an outstanding product.   Just wipe on and wipe off . No need to wait after applying to wipe off.   It has an spray applicator with a pump that sprays a little at a time so you don't waste the liquid.  You can get many applications with the bottle.  No need to rub hard except to wipe off the buggies.  It does a great job. Their phone number is 800, 820-6893.  the dealer who originally sold the product to me was Terry and Pam Seamans from Factory Pa. Their pin # is 275105 but you can buy directly from the factory. They will ask you for the dealers name as I guess they get credit for the sale.   They have many other great products as well.  Just wanted to share.
Product NO. is #1641 for $32.95 for a 32Oz refill.  At first you need to purchase the kit with the special pump spray and the solution  I had to purchase the refill as I had the pump sprayer. 
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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2014, 05:09:45 pm »

I've used a few dri-wash products in the past and really liked them for both polishing and protecting the RV.  But I've hesitated to use these on our Phoenix Cruiser so far because the instructions that came from the factory regarding the Diamond Shield Protection says not to use any dri-wash product on it.  I guess I could use it on other parts of the coach (that is, most of it) and avoid using it on the Diamond Shield.   I'm afraid that I'll get careless when getting near the Diamond Shield with the dry-wash.
I'm looking forward to reading here what other Forum members have to say about this issue.
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« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2014, 07:48:29 pm »

I've used a few dri-wash products in the past and really liked them for both polishing and protecting the RV.  But I've hesitated to use these on our Phoenix Cruiser so far because the instructions that came from the factory regarding the Diamond Shield Protection says not to use any dri-wash product on it.  I guess I could use it on other parts of the coach (that is, most of it) and avoid using it on the Diamond Shield.   I'm afraid that I'll get careless when getting near the Diamond Shield with the dry-wash.
I'm looking forward to reading here what other Forum members have to say about this issue.
--Bruce
I never got that message and so far all is well and feel confident that the mh is okay.   It really shines and feels great and smooth.  It is a little late to find this out. So I will go with it..
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« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2015, 02:37:41 pm »

I never got that message and so far all is well and feel confident that the mh is okay.   It really shines and feels great and smooth.  It is a little late to find this out. So I will go with it..
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frecklestweety,
Have you continued to use the Dri-wash product on the Diamond Shield or decal covered areas?  If so, how often do you apply it?  Do you notice any change in color or feel in any of these areas?

I thought we would get some other replies to this topic.
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« Reply #4 on: February 08, 2015, 05:53:01 pm »

A couple of years ago, there was a full body painted PC, same gray colors as ours, for sale on the internet showing the Diamond Shield had turned a dark blotchy brown resembling a roasted marsh mellow.  I suppose you'd want to examine occasionally for such an indication if there was a reaction to worry about.  On that PC, I think the Diamond Shield damaged the paint behind, so if you see a serious problem developing, I would consider removing the Diamond Shield before paint damage occurs.

Hopefully something else caused the damage on that PC's Diamond Shield so what I caution over doesn't apply here.
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« Reply #5 on: April 30, 2017, 02:43:27 pm »

I am looking for a product we can take with to Alaska to keep the PC clean as we travel. The caution to not use it on the diamond shield does cause concern. We just have that on the bottom so could use Bruce's solution to not use on the fancy stuff.
Frecklesstweety,
How often do you use it? How much elbow grease does it require? On which surfaces do you use the product? chrome?..glass?....hub caps? ...or?
Once applied, does it help "repel" dirt and bugs?
Can you use any household spray bottle? If not, what is special about the manufacturer's sprayer?

Thanks, Nicki

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