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Super absorbent Shurhold mop saves time and effort

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  By Bob Difley Due to lack of time, or fatigue, many people allow their RV to air dry after rinsing it down, leaving unsightly water...

Take a load off those tired legs

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  By Bob Difley Whether it's to take a break while waxing an RV or fishing from a secluded bank, everyone needs to take a load...

Wash your rig with dish soap?

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  By Russ and Tiña De Maris When RVtravel.com ran a video that espoused the idea of cleaning RV exteriors with water and liquid dish soap,...

Banish ugly streaks with Star brite Black Streak Remover

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  By Bob Difley If those ugly black streaks from water run-off bug you, Star brite® has a spray that will get rid of them. Description Black Streak...

Shurhold’s Bucket Grate improves RV washing

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  By Bob Difley Everyone has a favorite item to clean their RV with, be it a wash mitt, sponge or brush. All of these tools...

Protect your RV’s finish with long handle neoprene sleeve

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  By Bob Difley Accidentally scratching the paint on an RV with a metal handle while washing it is a thing of the past with Shurhold...

Clean all your vehicles the fun way with Foam Blaster

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    By Bob Difley The Chemical Guys Foam Blaster 6 Foam Gun is a fun and easy tool for washing any vehicle. Using the power...

Make your own RV rain gutters, avoid black streaks

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Tired of black streaks rolling down the side of your RV? It seems like RV cleaning product manufacturers like them – they must sell...

Shurhold system enables high quality DIY RV detailing

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By Bob Difley RV owners tired of paying $5–7 a foot to have their rigs professionally cleaned can instead detail with quality DIY tools and...

Get a handle on your handles

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If you are carrying several long-handled tools for maintaining your RV’s appearance, look into the Shurhold system where you will need only one handle....

De-fog your headlights with bug spray? Maybe not!

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris We get a lot of interesting suggestions from readers. One of them offered up hope for defogging headlights. We've...

Black streaks: Where do they come from? How to deal with them?

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By Dicor Corporation All kinds of airborne pollutants land on your RV roof, including plain old dirt and mold. Many pollutants have properties that help...
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