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Shurehold products keep an RV clean

Shurehold products keep an RV clean

PALM CITY, Fla. — No matter how clean an RV is, spots left behind from soap or hard water are unsightly, and make all the hard work washing it for naught. With a few Clean-N-Simple Tips from Shurhold Industries, and the right tools, it’s fast and easy to get a showroom-like finish.

In many cases, water spots develop from using too much soap or one not meant for the application, such as dish detergent. A product developed specifically for RVs, such as Shurhold’s Brite Wash, quickly removes dirt, grease and road grime, without stripping wax. It’s biodegradable and won’t harm the environment.

It’s important to keep all water as clean as possible. That’s why Shurhold developed its Bucket Grate. As part of its One Bucket System, the innovative device sits at the bottom of a standard five-gallon bucket. It allows dirt and grime from the washing tool to fall through the baffle and includes two built-in 3 ounce measuring cups for accurate soap proportioning.

Even rinse water can cause spots if it has a high mineral content. The key is to remove it as soon as possible. Shurhold’s 12-inch Flexible Water Blade molds to flat and curved shapes, wiping away water to leave a bone-dry surface. It’s so effective, it does the work of a traditional chamois in about one-third the time. A video is at]

A 32-ounce container of Brite Wash costs $11.98; the Bucket Grate is $10.98; and the Flexible Water Blade is $26.98.

Shurhold is dedicated to educating owners on RV value preservation. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

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SOURCE: Shurhold press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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