Wash and Wax All MOP with Deluxe Pole

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Joined
Jul 27, 2019
Messages
3,624
Location
Midlothian, VA
RV Year
2017
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Ventana 4037
RV Length
40' 10"
TOW/TOAD
2017 Chevy Colorado
I've had the wash and wax all "stuff" such as the bottle of liquid to use with microfiber towels, etc. and as we all know it works well. What doesn't work well is me being on a ladder doing the manual labor to apply this stuff. I did it once to one side of my coach when at the FMCA International and it worked great. I've been evolving my cleaning mojo over the past 3 years with a nice pressure washer, a nice mop head, but figured I'm still not doing so good in keeping the ole Ventessex looking sparkly clean. Prior to returning home I made an order for the Wash and Wax All Mop with the Deluxe Pole. I have a pole already for my "nice mop" head but what the heck, for $100 I'll get the darned thing, it's expensive, but let's see.

Well, I have to say I am impressed and this is one quality pole. It's very cool how you press a button and it extends from both sides making it fast and easy to extend the pole. It's a quality grip and a quality fit for my "nice mop" that I connected it to when washing the coach upon return from my long winter trip. I haven't used the Wash and Wax All mop head yet or the wash and wax all "stuff" but I used this pole with my "nice mop" head while pressure washing and cleaning and I have to say the pole itself is worth it!


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Joined
Dec 25, 2019
Messages
426
Very cool. I have been using Wash and WaxAll almost from the beginning. I wash it three - four times a season. I also use this and the McGuires Cleaner wax on the front, and lower back and/or sides every one to two weeks while camping, depending on how bad the weather and trees make it look.

I have several poles, but that is good to know, should I need to replace one. I bought one of those lambswool pads for the pole from Newmar. It will be interesting to see how it works. Now all I need is my coach. Praying no more COVID delays. :cool:
 
Joined
Nov 3, 2019
Messages
523
Location
Fremont, California
RV Year
2017
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Dutch Star 4018
RV Length
40’
TOW/TOAD
Jeep Wrangler Sahara
I've had the wash and wax all "stuff" such as the bottle of liquid to use with microfiber towels, etc. and as we all know it works well. What doesn't work well is me being on a ladder doing the manual labor to apply this stuff. I did it once to one side of my coach when at the FMCA International and it worked great. I've been evolving my cleaning mojo over the past 3 years with a nice pressure washer, a nice mop head, but figured I'm still not doing so good in keeping the ole Ventessex looking sparkly clean. Prior to returning home I made an order for the Wash and Wax All Mop with the Deluxe Pole. I have a pole already for my "nice mop" head but what the heck, for $100 I'll get the darned thing, it's expensive, but let's see.

Well, I have to say I am impressed and this is one quality pole. It's very cool how you press a button and it extends from both sides making it fast and easy to extend the pole. It's a quality grip and a quality fit for my "nice mop" that I connected it to when washing the coach upon return from my long winter trip. I haven't used the Wash and Wax All mop head yet or the wash and wax all "stuff" but I used this pole with my "nice mop" head while pressure washing and cleaning and I have to say the pole itself is worth it!


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Have had one of these gadgets for 2+ years and use it constantly. Wouldn’t be without it.
 
Joined
Nov 14, 2019
Messages
683
Location
Orinda, CA
RV Year
2017
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
Ventana 4002
RV Length
40’10
TOW/TOAD
2015 Jeep Trailhawk
Have the same. There is one caveat which I have mentioned before. DO NOT use it on a dirty coach. You will put swirls and light scratches into your paint. Rinse your coach first and get the dirt layer off first unless it's very dirty, then I would do a normal wash routine. Use it after and you will have a shiny coach.
 
Joined
Nov 15, 2019
Messages
171
Location
Naples, FL
RV Year
2018
RV Make
Newmar
RV Model
New Aire 3341
RV Length
34’
TOW/TOAD
2016 Cadillac SRX
I agree with @Neal, the pole is terrific...worth the price of the kit.
 
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