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Old 07-11-2019, 01:31 PM   #1
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Rv wash bay in Madison WI

G'day

My TT desperately needs a bath after coming out of storage. Thefirst opportunity will be in Madison WI.
Does anyone have a reccomendation for a wash bay there or near there. I'm OK with washing it myself, just need somewhere to do it. I don't think doing it in a CG is really kosher.

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Old 07-11-2019, 02:25 PM   #2
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There is a Blue Beacon in Portage and Milwaukee if you are traveling through there. I have had good experience with them. Keep Your Daydream has an episode on you tube about Blue Beacon Truck wash.
https://bluebeacon.com/view-all-locations/

I am in no way affiliated with Blue Beacon they just did an excellent job getting the love bugs off my white Tow Truck
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Old 07-12-2019, 02:20 AM   #3
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I noticed in the video he mentioned RainX. Does anyone know if that will damage a TPO roof membrane?
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Old 07-12-2019, 08:03 AM   #4
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You can download all of the Rain X MSDS data sheets here: https://www.rainx.com/safety-data-sheets/

Those sheets provide the ingredients for each of the different Rain X products. I glanced at the ones probably used for car/truck washes and I didn't see anything that would damage the TPO membrane. I would say, if you're planning to inspect/seal the roof, I'd do it before the carwash (I know, that defeats the purpose of the wash) so the DICOR sealant adheres to the TPO membrane. There may be (then maybe not) some issues with the silicones in the Rain X on the TPO. I suppose the silicone could interfere with DICOR adhesion if applied soon after the silicone is applied. After a week or so and/or a couple of rainstorms, the silicone would probably be washed away and not affect the DICOR adhesion (if it would even be a problem).

But, as for ingredients, you can also check the MSDS, but I didn't see anything that would damage the TPO.
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