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Shurhold adds products keep RVs like new

Shurhold adds products keep RVs like new

GURNEE, Ill. — A clean RV provides the same level of accomplishment and pride as a spotless home, but the products used to get to that point are vastly different. Shurhold Industries, a leader in RV cleaners and maintenance tools, offers a set of Clean-N-Simple Tips to help owners keep their trailers, campers and motorhomes in showroom-like condition.

Interior and exterior RV surfaces are different than those found in a home and often more delicate. Household cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can cause damage. Common dish soap is one such product. It gets the job done, but removes wax and polish, leaving the finish to oxidize and prematurely age.

A dedicated vehicle-specific soap such as Shurhold’s concentrated Brite Wash is a smarter solution. Safe to use anywhere on board, it cuts through dirt, grease and road grime. It saves RV owners from needing to re-wax and resists water spotting. Environmentally friendly, it’s completely biodegradable and can be rinsed anywhere.

Bleach is another culprit commonly used on RVs. It’s effective, but dulls gelcoat and fades paint after only a few uses. It changes the color of vinyl, quickly degrades fabrics such as Sunbrella and WeatherMAX, and corrodes fittings, even stainless steel.

SMC Spray is the bleach-free and environmentally friendly alternative from Shurhold. It removes the toughest of stains and is safe to use on all surfaces, including fiberglass, acrylic, carpet, fabric, rubber, wood, and vinyl seating and graphics.

Even in the home, glass cleaner can be challenging to use. It streaks and leaves lint behind if paper towels are used. When used on Plexiglas, plastic or touchscreen electronics, it can make the material brittle because it contains ammonia.

Common in homes for over 50 years, spray-on/wipe-off products contain silicone and leave a greasy residue. It may make a surface shine, but shows every fingerprint, and tends to attract dust and dirt.

Shurhold’s Serious Shine is a true one-stop detailer. It cleans, polishes and protects any surface commonly treated with glass cleaner or spray wax in one easy step. With UV inhibitors, and anti-static and water-repelling properties, it makes the ideal RV maintenance product.

Microfiber Towels from Shurhold are the ideal companion to Serious Shine. Super absorbent, they gently lift dirt, moisture, grease and stains, without scratching delicate surfaces.

While it may have “soft” in its name, it’s anything but. Household cleaners that were developed to remove kitchen and bathroom stains are far too abrasive to use on an RV. Its aggressive grit quickly dulls gelcoat and paint, and is noticeable after only one use.

When an aggressive restoration compound is needed, Shurhold’s Buff Magic is the perfect solution. Formulated with jewelers rouge, it actually breaks down as it’s being used, becoming finer with use, until it’s a polishing agent. It gently and effectively removes oxidation, stains, rust, and surface scratches.

Just as everyone should protect themselves from harmful UV rays with sunscreen when enjoying the outdoors, RVs should be protected from the sun’s damaging rays. Shurhold’s Pro Polish Wax seals the pores of fiberglass and clear coat with a durable, UV- and water-resistant finish. Superior to traditional petroleum-based waxes, it delivers a deep, high glass shine.

Because of their advanced formulas, vehicle-specific cleaners are perfect for boats, cars, trucks, motorcycles and even the home. A video of their effectiveness is at []

A 32 ounce bottle of Shurhold’s Brite Wash is $11.98; a 32 ounce spray bottle of SMC is $11.98; a 14 ounce aerosol can of Serious Shine is $17.98; a three-pack variety of Microfiber Towels is $18.98; and a 16 ounce bottle of Pro Polish Wax is $22.98.

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 Industries 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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